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An introduction to the function and operations of canal systems discusses the use of canals, their design and construction, how locks work, and their role in commerce and water supply control

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Describes how canals are built, their uses, and how they might be designed and used in the future. Also discusses such famous canals as the Suez Canal, the Panama Canal, the Erie Canal, and the St. Lawrence Seaway.

Publisher: New York Franklin Watts 1983
ISBN: 9780531046258
Characteristics: 32


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