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Analysis and practice in water resources engineering for disaster mitigation
International Conference on Water Related Disaster (2002 Calcutta, India)
by Indian Association of Hydrologists, West Bengal Regional Centre, New Age International Publishers in Kolkata, New Delhi
Written in English
In the Indian context; contributed papers presented at the conference.
|Contributions||Indian Association of Hydrologists. West Bengal Regional Centre.|
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|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||2004312279|
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