4 edition of Water Management Challenges in Global Change found in the catalog.
August 24, 2007 by CRC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Bogumil Ulanicki (Editor), Kalanithy Vairavamoorthy (Editor), David Butler (Editor), Peter L.M. Bounds (Editor), Fayyaz Ali Memon (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||704|
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Summary. Water Management Challenges in Global Change contains the proceedings of the 9th Computing and Control for the Water Industry (CCWI) and the Sustainable Urban Water Management (SUWM) conferences.
The rationale behind these conferences is to improve the management of urban water systems through the development of computerbased methods. Book Description. Water Management Challenges in Global Change contains the proceedings of the 9th Computing and Control for the Water Industry (CCWI) and the Sustainable Urban Water Management (SUWM) conferences.
The rationale behind these conferences is to improve the management of urban water systems through the development of computerbased methods.
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