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Warabandi in Pakistan's canal irrigation systems: widening gap between theory and practice


  • Bandaragoda, D. J.
  • Saeed ur Rehman


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  • Bandaragoda, D. J. & Saeed ur Rehman, 1995. "Warabandi in Pakistan's canal irrigation systems: widening gap between theory and practice," IWMI Books, Reports H017571, International Water Management Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwt:bosers:h017571

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    1. Vincent, L., 1994. "Parameters of doubt: prospects for groundwater assessment to help farmers in hard rock areas of South India," Conference Papers h015150, International Water Management Institute.
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