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Basic comparison of structure and functioning of legislative, governmental and non-governmental bodies for water quality management in the USA and CR; a Czech view


, : Basic comparison of structure and functioning of legislative, governmental and non-governmental bodies for water quality management in the USA and CR; a Czech view. Water Science and Technology 33(4/5): 31-38

Surface- and groundwaters are one of the basic resources; they are an important constituents of the environment and serve to satisfy economic and other needs of the society.

Accession: 002763046

DOI: 10.1016/0273-1223(96)00211-9

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