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The global groundwater situation: overview of opportunities and challenges

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  • Shah, T.
  • Molden, D.
  • Sakthivadivel, R.
  • Seckler, D.

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  • Shah, T. & Molden, D. & Sakthivadivel, R. & Seckler, D., 2000. "The global groundwater situation: overview of opportunities and challenges," IWMI Books, Reports H025885, International Water Management Institute.
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