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Fluvial Mechanics: Impacts of Climate Change on Sediment Yield from River Basins
Author : Patel
The change in the climate due to excessive accumulation of green house gases in the atmosphere is being experienced by the whole world.
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2013
Article : Issue 3 - Climate Change Special
Date Published : 01/09/2013
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