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Hydrologic design methodologies for small-scale hydro at ungauged sites - phase II
|Other titles||Methodologies pour la conception hydraulique des petites centrales hydro-électriques aux sites non-jaugés - phase II.|
|Statement||[prepared by, Acres Internacional Limited].|
|Contributions||Acres International Limited., Canada. Renewable Energy Branch., Canada. Inland Waters Directorate. Atlantic Region.|
|LC Classifications||TK1427.M3 H9 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
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