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Published by An Foras Forbatha, Water Resources Division in Dublin .

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Statementedited by P. J. Flanagan & P.M. Larkin.
ContributionsFlanagan, P. J., Larkin, P. M., Foras Forbartha. Water Resources Division.
LC ClassificationsTD259.2
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
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Open LibraryOL14713366M
ISBN 101850530610, 1850530831, 1850530602

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