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Man and the water cycle: challenges for the 21st century

, : Man and the water cycle: challenges for the 21st century. Geojournal 39(3): 285-298

Global water management into the 21st century is discussed with particular emphasis on conducting this with a sound ecological basis.

Accession: 002889616

DOI: 10.1007/bf00188375

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