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Revitalizing Asia's irrigation: to sustainably meet tomorrow's food needs


  • Mukherji, Aditi
  • Facon, T.
  • Burke, J.
  • de Fraiture, Charlotte
  • Faures, J. M.
  • Fuleki, Blanka
  • Giordano, Mark
  • Molden, David
  • Shah, Tushaar


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  • Mukherji, Aditi & Facon, T. & Burke, J. & de Fraiture, Charlotte & Faures, J. M. & Fuleki, Blanka & Giordano, Mark & Molden, David & Shah, Tushaar, 2009. "Revitalizing Asia's irrigation: to sustainably meet tomorrow's food needs," IWMI Books, Reports H042448, International Water Management Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwt:bosers:h042448

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    1. Bakker, M. & Barker, R. & Meinzen-Dick, R. & Konradsen, F., 1999. "Multiple uses of water in irrigated areas: a case study from Sri Lanka," IWMI Books, Reports H024568, International Water Management Institute.
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    1. Johnston, Robyn M. & Hoanh, Chu Thai & Lacombe, Guillaume & Noble, Andrew D. & Smakhtin, Vladimir & Suhardiman, Diana & Kam, Suan Pheng & Choo, P. S, 2009. "Scoping study on natural resources and climate change in Southeast Asia with a focus on agriculture. Final report," IWMI Research Reports H042414, International Water Management Institute.
    2. Liu, Zhuo & Suter, Jordan F. & Messer, Kent D. & Duke, Joshua M. & Michael, Holly A., 2014. "Strategic entry and externalities in groundwater resources: Evidence from the lab," Resource and Energy Economics, Elsevier, vol. 38(C), pages 181-197.

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