2 edition of The SAMWAT database for computer models in water management found in the catalog.
The SAMWAT database for computer models in water management
by The NetherlandsOrganization for Applied Scientific Research, TNO, 1988. in The Hague .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by C. Volp and A.C.W. Lambrechts.|
|Series||SAMWAT Report -- no.2|
|Contributions||Volp, C., Lambrechts, A. C. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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The SAMWAT Database for Computer Models in Water Management - SAMWAT Report no. 2 edited by C. Volp & A. Lambrechts published by the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TOO), PO BoxBD, The Hague, The Netherlands; 55 + vii pp + 75 pp appendix; ISBN X.
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Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology will be of interest to practicing hydrologists, especially to hydrologic modelers and the model users, as well as specialists in the fields of civil engineering, agricultural engineering, environmental science, forest and range science, earth science, climatology, and watershed sciences.
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