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How to Calculate Discharge of a River.?

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1. Measure the depth and the width of the river. For example, assume a river is 4 feet deep and 5 feet wide in one area. 2. Multiply the depth by the width to find the cross-sectional area. In the example, 4 feet x 5 feet equals 20 feet ^2, or 20
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