Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department name when degree awarded
Cleve H. Mulligan
Often where water is artificially applied to land, means must be provided for removal of some of this water. Too much water is just as bad as too little. The increased use of irrigation water in Utah has caused an increased need for drainage. Some irrigated lands are poorly drained. With high water table, yield of crops has been materially decreased, and with present drainage methods only a part of possible production had been attained.
Davis, Sterling, "The Drainage Problem in the Lewiston Area, Utah" (1948). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1186.
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