Imprints of COVID-19 lockdown on the surface water quality of Bagmati river basin, Nepal.

@article{Pant2021ImprintsOC,
  title={Imprints of COVID-19 lockdown on the surface water quality of Bagmati river basin, Nepal.},
  author={Ramesh Raj Pant and Kiran Bishwakarma and Faizan Ur Rehman Qaiser and Lalit P. Pathak and Gauri Jayaswal and Bhawana Sapkota and Khadka Bahadur Pal and Lal B. Thapa and Madan Koirala and Kedar Prasad Rijal and Rejina Maskey},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2021},
  volume={289},
  pages={
          112522
        }
}
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