The Impact of Groundwater Development in Arid Lands: A Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography
AuthorKeith, Susan Jo
KeywordsGroundwater -- Bibliography
Groundwater -- Developing countries -- Bibliography
Irrigation -- Developing countries -- Bibliography
Arid regions agriculture -- Bibliography
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Series/Report no.Arid Lands Resource Information Paper, No. 10
Sponsors"The work upon which this publication is based was supported in part by funds provided by The U.S. Department of the Interior/Office of Water Research and Technology as authorized by The Water Resources Research Act of 1964, as amended."
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