Hydrologic information systems

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Statementprepared by the Panel on Systems for the Acquisition, Transmission and Processing of Hydrological Data (SAPHYDATA) of the Co-ordinating Council of the International Hydrological Decade edited by G.W. Whetstone andV.J. Grigoriev.
SeriesStudies and reports in hydrology -- 14
ContributionsWhetstone, G W., Grigoriev, V J., Unesco.
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ISBN 100119105136

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