References

The Water Cycle

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  13. Biofuel Variety Trials Factsheet, USDA-ARS and WSU, Prosser, WA  found online at:
    http://www.bioenergy.wa.gov/OilSeed.aspx
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  18. http://michigan.gov/documents/deq/wb-gwdischarge-CCNA-FS_282752_7.pdf