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LAKE OUTFLOW ~~~~~ ( COMPARISON )APRIL 21st..................................................... 2014 ...................................... 2013 ............OUTFLOW.................................... 1,500ML approx .................... 5,000ML approxStatistics: Posted by mazman1 — 40 minutes ago
OUTFLOWSStatistics: Posted by mazman1 — 43 minutes ago
LAKE INFLOW ~~~~~ ( COMPARISON )APRIL 21st......................................................... 2014 ........................................... 2013 ...........INFLOW............................................ 800ML approx ........................... 400ML approxStatistics: Posted by mazman1 — 45 minutes ago

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