Is the development of desalination compatible with sustainable development of the Arabian Gulf?

@article{LeQuesne2021IsTD,
  title={Is the development of desalination compatible with sustainable development of the Arabian Gulf?},
  author={Will J. F. Le Quesne and L. J. Fernand and Thamer Salim Ali and Olga Andres and M Antonpoulou and John A. Burt and William W. Dougherty and P J Edson and Jauad El Kharraz and Jane Glavan and Rusyan Jill Mamiit and Kevin D. Reid and Abeer Sajwani and David A. Sheahan},
  journal={Marine pollution bulletin},
  year={2021},
  volume={173 Pt A},
  pages={
          112940
        }
}

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