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Southern Nevada Water Authority. (2013). Intake No. 3. Retrieved July 02, 2013, from http://www.snwa.com/about/regional_intake3.html
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Wallis, S. (2008). Lake Mead No 3 intake tunnel awarded. Retrieved July 02, 2013, from Tunnel Talk’s website: http://www.tunneltalk.com/Lake-Mead-No-3-intake-tunnel-awarded.php

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