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Water Encyclopedia: Science and Issues

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Water Encyclopedia: Science and Issues

Publisher: Advameg, Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: 0028656113

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This encyclopedia contains articles like Acid Rain, Agriculture and Water, Aquaculture, Aquariums, Bottled Water, Bridges, Brines, Chemical Analysis of Water, Clean Water Act, Climate and the Ocean, Dams, Desalinization, Desert Hydrology, Drinking Water and Society, Estuaries, Fish and Wildlife Issues, etc.

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