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He set his teeth and said nothing, but went with the shouting monkeys to a terrace above the red sandstone reservoirs that were half-full of rain water.
He worked his way desperately, inch by inch, straight for the reservoirs, halting in silence.
The descent began at twenty-five minutes past one at night, and the chamber, drawn under by the reservoirs full of water, disappeared from the surface of the ocean.
Area-capacity Curves And Evaluate Sedimentation For Its Three (3) On-stream Reservoirs; Griggs Reservoir, O
In April 2013, LCRA awarded CH2M HILL a contract for the design of the reservoir and pump station, as well as the rehabilitation and upgrade of the intakes, along with associated conveyance to and from the reservoir.
The key reservoir analysis service categories include reservoir sampling services, data acquisition & monitoring and reservoir simulation & geo modeling.
At Wachusett Reservoir, fishing is allowed from shore over more than two-thirds of the reservoir with access through Gates 6-35 and the Thomas Basin area.
The owner of Cupwith Reservoir is seeking consent for the discontinuation of the reservoir by reduction in its capacity.
The fireworks and access prohibition includes the entire surface of the reservoir at Lawrence Street and West 25th Avenue.
In a report prepared by Dr Hughes for reservoir owner Western Power Distribution, Dr Hughes made an absurd suggestion to empty the reservoir to inspect a valve.
Environmentalists and neighbors have long eyed the Girard Reservoir, drained in the 1980s and now covered in trees and brush, for a park and walking trail.
Recently, attempts have been made to reconcile these concepts, mainly by highlighting the role of reservoir hosts (13,16).