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Optimisation model for water allocation in deficit irrigation systems: I. Description of the model

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  • Reca, Juan
  • Roldan, Jose
  • Alcaide, Miguel
  • Lopez, Rafael
  • Camacho, Emilio

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  • Reca, Juan & Roldan, Jose & Alcaide, Miguel & Lopez, Rafael & Camacho, Emilio, 2001. "Optimisation model for water allocation in deficit irrigation systems: I. Description of the model," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 48(2), pages 103-116, June.
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