• Corpus ID: 9008765

Managed flood releases from reservoirs: issues and guidance

@inproceedings{Acreman2000ManagedFR,
  title={Managed flood releases from reservoirs: issues and guidance},
  author={Mike Acreman and F. A. K. Farquharson and Matthew P. McCartney and Caroline A. Sullivan and K Campbell and N. Hodgson and John Morton and D. Mark Smith and Martin H. Birley and D. G. Knott and Jerold F. Lazenby and Rebecca C Wingfield and Edward B. Barbier},
  year={2000}
}

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