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Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania: [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]

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Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania : [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]. / Liwenga, Emma; Pauline, Noah; Tumbo, Madaka; Osima, Sarah; Mpeta, Emmanual; Nobert, Joel; Stendel, Martin; Stisen, Simon; Villholth, Karen G.; Birch-Thomsen, Torben; D'haen, Sarah Ann Lise.

Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, 2015. s. 1-4.

Publikation: Working paperRådgivning

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Liwenga, E, Pauline, N, Tumbo, M, Osima, S, Mpeta, E, Nobert, J, Stendel, M, Stisen, S, Villholth, KG, Birch-Thomsen, T & D'haen, SAL 2015 'Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania: [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]' Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, s. 1-4.

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Liwenga, E., Pauline, N., Tumbo, M., Osima, S., Mpeta, E., Nobert, J., Stendel, M., Stisen, S., Villholth, K. G., Birch-Thomsen, T., & D'haen, S. A. L. (2015). Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania: [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]. (s. 1-4). Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen.

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Liwenga E, Pauline N, Tumbo M, Osima S, Mpeta E, Nobert J o.a. Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania: [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]. Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen. 2015, s. 1-4.

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Liwenga, Emma ; Pauline, Noah ; Tumbo, Madaka ; Osima, Sarah ; Mpeta, Emmanual ; Nobert, Joel ; Stendel, Martin ; Stisen, Simon ; Villholth, Karen G. ; Birch-Thomsen, Torben ; D'haen, Sarah Ann Lise. / Climate related projections on future water resources and human adaptation in the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania : [Policy Brief Climate, Water and Adaptation]. Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, 2015. s. 1-4

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