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Upland afforestation and water resources - progress report 1984/85 on the Balquhidder Catchment Studies and Process Studies

By J.A. Hudson, R.C. Johnson and J.R. Blackie
Topics: Hydrology, Data and Information
Publisher: Institute of Hydrology
Year: 1985
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