Interjurisdictional river basin administration

papers and proceedings presented at the Seminar on Interjurisdictional River Basin Administration, held in Mendoza, July 7-12, 1975.
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Instituto Nacional de Ciencia y Técnica Hídricas, Instituto de Economía, Legislación y Administración del Agua , Mendoza, Argentina
Water resources development -- Congre
ContributionsInstituto de Economía, Legislación y Administración del Agua (Instituto Nacional de Ciencia y Técnica Hídricas)
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LC ClassificationsHD1690.5 .S45 1975
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 252 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4451438M
LC Control Number79113813

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