Model Studies Of The San Lorenzo Spillway Executive Hydroelectric Commission Lempa River El Salvador, Central America

Joseph M. Wetzel, Warren Q. Dahlin

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Abstract

The San Lorenzo Project is located on the Lempa River in El Salvador. It is the smallest of the Central America republics with an area of 8,260 square miles and a population of about 4 million. It is a mountainous country with many volcanoes and upland plains, bounded by Guatumala, Honduras, and a 160 mile coastline of the Pacific Ocean as shown on Chart 1. The republic is primarily agriculture but is developing its industry. The capital is San Salvador.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jun 1978

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