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Non-conventional water resources and opportunities for water augmentation to achieve food security in water scarce countries

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  • Qadir, M.
  • Sharma, B.R.
  • Bruggeman, A.
  • Choukr-Allah, R.
  • Karajeh, F.

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  • Qadir, M. & Sharma, B.R. & Bruggeman, A. & Choukr-Allah, R. & Karajeh, F., 2007. "Non-conventional water resources and opportunities for water augmentation to achieve food security in water scarce countries," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 87(1), pages 2-22, January.
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