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The potential impacts of climate change on the National Rivers Authority

By N.W. Arnell, A. Jenkins and D.G George
Topics: Hydrology, Atmospheric Sciences
Publisher: Institute of Hydrology
Year: 1992
OAI identifier: oai:nora.nerc.ac.uk:14404

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