Micro-catchment water harvesting potential of an arid environment
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- Ali, Akhtar & Oweis, Theib & Rashid, Mohammad & El-Naggar, Sobhi & Aal, Atef Abdul, 2007. "Water harvesting options in the drylands at different spatial scales," Land Use and Water Resources Research, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research, vol. 7, pages 1-13.
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KeywordsRunoff yield Runoff micro-catchments Soil water balance Plant basins;
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