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Hydraulic engineering and the environment (Conference) 1973, Bozeman
1973 by A.S.C.E. .
Written in English
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This book presents the gatherings of the “ International Conference on Water Resource and Hydraulic Engineering,” which primarily focused on the sustainable development of water resources and the environment in both China and the United States.
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