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Analytical framework for River Basin Management Planning: Waterpraxis WP3, Deliverable D3.1b-final, including guideline annex

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Analytical framework for River Basin Management Planning : Waterpraxis WP3, Deliverable D3.1b-final, including guideline annex. / Nielsen, Helle Ørsted; Pedersen, Anders Branth; Frederiksen, Pia; Heikkinen, Kaisa; Rytkönen, Anne-Mari; Hellsten, Seppo; Saarikoski, Heli.

European Commission, 2010. 56 s.

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AU - Frederiksen, Pia

AU - Heikkinen, Kaisa

AU - Rytkönen, Anne-Mari

AU - Hellsten, Seppo

AU - Saarikoski, Heli

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