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A hydrological study of the effects of the proposed A34 Newbury bypass on mire and heath at Snelsmore Common. Final Report

By K. Gilman and A.J Dixon
Topics: Ecology and Environment, Hydrology
Publisher: Institute of Hydrology
Year: 1991
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