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Hydrology in practice. / Shaw, Elizabeth M.; Beven, Keith J.; Chappell, Nick A.; Lamb, Rob.

4th ed. London : Spon Press (Taylor and Francis), 2010. 643 p.

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Shaw, EM, Beven, KJ, Chappell, NA & Lamb, R 2010, Hydrology in practice. 4th edn, Spon Press (Taylor and Francis), London.

APA

Shaw, E. M., Beven, K. J., Chappell, N. A., & Lamb, R. (2010). Hydrology in practice. (4th ed.) Spon Press (Taylor and Francis).

Vancouver

Shaw EM, Beven KJ, Chappell NA, Lamb R. Hydrology in practice. 4th ed. London: Spon Press (Taylor and Francis), 2010. 643 p.

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Shaw, Elizabeth M. ; Beven, Keith J. ; Chappell, Nick A. ; Lamb, Rob. / Hydrology in practice. 4th ed. London : Spon Press (Taylor and Francis), 2010. 643 p.

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