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Large Rivers, Volume 16, No 1-2: River Basin Management Concepts and Transboundary Implementation (with special reference to the Danube River

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Series: Large Rivers Volume: 158
Edited By: Jürg Bloesch
328 pages, 85 figures, 35 tables
Large Rivers, Volume 16, No 1-2: River Basin Management
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Selected papers of the 35th IAD-Conference 18-23 April, 2004, Novi Sad (Serbia and Montenegro)

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Proceedings Journal / Magazine
Series: Large Rivers Volume: 158
Edited By: Jürg Bloesch
328 pages, 85 figures, 35 tables
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