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168. Townsend, D.R., Wisner, P., Moss, D.J. (1980), “Inlet Control Devices for Storm Water Catchbasins, A Laboratory Study,” presented at Canada Hydrology Symposium 80, Toronto, Ontario, May 1980.

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179. *Wisner, P.E., Gupta, S., Kassem, A. (1980), “Considerations Regarding the Application of SCS TR-55 Procedures for Runoff Computations,” Proceedings, SWMM User Group Meet-ing, USEPA 600-9-80-064, pp. 23-44.

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