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Real-time hydrological forecasting and control proceedings of 1st international workshop held at the Institute of Hydrology, 4 - 29 July 1977 by

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Published by Institute of Hydrology] in [Wallingford .
Written in English


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Statementedited by P.E. O"Connell.
ContributionsO"Connell, P. E., Institute of Hydrology.
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