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The nature and causes of the global water crisis: Syndromes from a meta-analysis of coupled human-water studies

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Bibliographic reference Srinivasan, V. ; Lambin, Eric ; Gorelick, S. M. ; Thompson, B. H. ; Rozelle, S.. The nature and causes of the global water crisis: Syndromes from a meta-analysis of coupled human-water studies. In: Water Resources Research, Vol. 48, no.10, p. n/a-n/a (2012)
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