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Nile Basin Focal Project. Synthesis report

@inproceedings{Molden2009NileBF,
  title={Nile Basin Focal Project. Synthesis report},
  author={D. Molden and S. B. Awulachew and K. Conniff and L. Rebelo and Y. Mohamed and D. Peden and J. Kinyangi and P. Breugel and Aditi Mukherji and A. Casc{\~a}o and A. Notenbaert and S. Demise and Neguid and G. E. Naggar},
  year={2009}
}
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