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The Panama Canal Existing and New Locks: Same Goal, Different Scales
Author : Lara, Lim, Monroy
The existing Panama Canal locks were designed and built one hundred years ago. Today, due to the increasing demand and vessel size, new locks are being constructed to work in parallel with the current locks
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2014
Article : Issue 1 - Panama Canal
Date Published : 01/06/2014
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