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State water planning - how can the public participate? proceedings of Western States seminar, Boise, Idaho, January 11-13, 1971. by Western Regional Extension Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Policies.

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SeriesPublication -- no. 4
ContributionsWestern States Seminar on State Water Planning (1971 : Boise, Idaho)
The Physical Object
Pagination77 p. ;
Number of Pages77
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Open LibraryOL14067508M

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