Teaching aids in hydrology

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Hydrology -- Study and teac
Statementby IHP Working Group "Teaching Aids in Hydrology" ; chairman, U. Maniak ; editor, P.W. Jowitt.
SeriesTechnical papers in hydrology ;, 27
ContributionsManiak, Ulrich., Jowitt, P. W., IHP Working Group "Teaching Aids in Hydrology.", International Hydrological Programme.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB651 .T42 no. 27, GB658 .T42 no. 27
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 76 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2754832M
ISBN 109231023047
LC Control Number86107814

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