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Water for the recovery of the climate: a new water paradigm

@inproceedings{Kravk2008WaterFT,
  title={Water for the recovery of the climate: a new water paradigm},
  author={Michal Krav{\vc}{\'i}k and Jan Pokorn{\'y} and Juraj Kohutiar and M. Kovac and Elena Toth},
  year={2008}
}
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