Hydrological Problems and Environmental Management in Highlands and Headwaters
Josef Krecek, G. Rajwar, Martin Haigh
CRC Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Law - 208 pages
This set of papers presents a description of the synthesis of hydrological problems and various environmental implications and management strategies for different highland and headwater regions of the world. Regions covered include the Himalayas, Russian mountains, Amazonia, and upland Wales.
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