Source , conveyance and fate of suspended sediments following Hurricane Irene . New England , USA

@inproceedings{Yellen2014SourceC,
  title={Source , conveyance and fate of suspended sediments following Hurricane Irene . New England , USA},
  author={B. Yellen and Jonathan D. Woodruff and Laura Kratz and Stephen B. Mabee and John Morrison and A. M. de Martini},
  year={2014}
}

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