Practical simulation models of the subsurface hydrologic system with example applications
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Published by Water Resources Research Institute, Auburn University in Auburn, Ala .
Written in English



  • Colombia.


  • Groundwater -- Mathematical models.,
  • Groundwater -- Data processing.,
  • Groundwater -- Colombia.

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Statementby F. J. Molz.
LC ClassificationsTC1 .A85 no. 19, GB1005 .A85 no. 19
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5170329M
LC Control Number74621979

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