Topics in urban storm water quality, planning and management proceedings of IV International Conference in Urban Storm Drainage, XXII congress, International Association IAHR for Hydraulic Research by International Association for Hydraulic Research. Congress.

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Published by Secretariat of the XXII Congress International Association for Hydraulic Research in Lausanne, Switzerland .

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Statementeditors: W. Gujer & V. Krejci.
ContributionsGujer, W., Krejci, V., International Conference in Urban Storm Drainage (4th : 1987 : Lausanne, Switzerland)
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LC ClassificationsTD365 .I613 1987
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Paginationxii, 409 p. :
Number of Pages409
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Open LibraryOL14916284M

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