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Why the Pacific Locks of the Panama Canal were constructed as two separate structures rather than the single complex used for the Atlantic Locks
Author : Bal Renau
The location, number, size and height of the navigation locks in the Panama Canal was fixed after considering many possible solutions, in an immense effort which included studies, investigations and even construction failures.
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2014
Article : Issue 1 - Panama Canal
Date Published : 01/06/2014
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