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Determination of spatial water requirements at county and regional levels using crop models and GIS: An example for the State of Parana, Brazil

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  • Heinemann, A. B.
  • Hoogenboom, G.
  • de Faria, R. T.

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  • Heinemann, A. B. & Hoogenboom, G. & de Faria, R. T., 2002. "Determination of spatial water requirements at county and regional levels using crop models and GIS: An example for the State of Parana, Brazil," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 52(3), pages 177-196, January.
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