Corpus ID: 9008765

Managed flood releases from reservoirs: issues and guidance

@inproceedings{Acreman2000ManagedFR,
  title={Managed flood releases from reservoirs: issues and guidance},
  author={M. Acreman and F. Farquharson and M. McCartney and C. Sullivan and K. Campbell and N. Hodgson and J. Morton and D. M. Smith and M. Birley and D. Knott and J. Lazenby and R. Wingfield and E. Barbier},
  year={2000}
}
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