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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 8 April 2012 with 8 Orifices spilling and upstream Water Level at 237.98 masl and Photographer
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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 14 June 2012 with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open and Reservoir Water Level at 256.59 masl and Photographer
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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 8 April 2012 with 8 Orifices spilling and upstream Water Level at 237.98 masl
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Deriner Dam downstream View at right Bank on 15 December 2011 with Photographer
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Deriner Dam downstream View at right Bank on 15 December 2011
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