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Navigation Methods The term 'Navigation Methods' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' In hydrologic terms, there are three basic methods of providing and managing inland waterways - 1) Run-of-the-River: no provision of upstream storage; 2) Slack-Water: locks and dams provide slack water or pools with adequate depth for the draft of heavy barges and area to prevent excessive velocities; 3) Canalization: in lieu of a series of dams on the river a canal with locks adjoins the river'.
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