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Concepts of dynamic equilibrium of interest for river management in the lower Maas catchment


Geographia Polonica Vol. 84 Special Issue Part 2 (2011)


Vandenberghe, Jef ; Venhuizen, Gemma ; Moor, Jos de



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178 pp. ; 24 cm

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rivers ; water management ; climate change ; human impact ; floods ; Maas River ; Geul River ; the Netherlands


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