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The use of a geographical information system for catchment area management

, : The use of a geographical information system for catchment area management. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 68): 13-16

The use of hydrological, soil and land registration data in a geographical information system for the Hanover district, Germany, is briefly described.

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