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Urban stormwater drainage management: The development of a multicriteria decision aid approach for best management practices

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  • Martin, C.
  • Ruperd, Y.
  • Legret, M.

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  • Martin, C. & Ruperd, Y. & Legret, M., 2007. "Urban stormwater drainage management: The development of a multicriteria decision aid approach for best management practices," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 181(1), pages 338-349, August.
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