Large reservoirs: are they the last Oasis for the survival of cities in India?
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- Mukherjee, Sacchidananda & Shah, Zankhana, 2008. "Large reservoirs: are they the last oasis for the survival of cities in India?," Conference Papers h041897, International Water Management Institute.
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Keywordsurban water supply; large reservoirs; urbanization; population growth; India.;
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