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Systems analysis for water management for Developing Countries: constraints and opportunities

, : Systems analysis for water management for Developing Countries: constraints and opportunities. ICID Bulletin 37(1): 13-22

The importance of water management in Developing Countries is stressed and how it can be aided by systems analysis is discussed. Many published systems analyses are too theoretical and there is a need to apply them to real problems.

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