- Author:Don Phelps
- Publisher:Amer Society of Civil Engineers (May 18, 2001)
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Bridging the Gap book.
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Bridging the Gap. Meeting the World's Water and Environmental Resources Challenges. Published May 18, 2001 by Amer Society of Civil Engineers.
In: Phelps D, Shelke G (eds) Bridging the gap: meeting the world’s water and environmental resources challenges. US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington DC. (EPA-841-B-00-005)Google Scholar
In: Phelps D, Shelke G (eds) Bridging the gap: meeting the world’s water and environmental resources challenges. State of the of the World water and environmental resources congress, May 20–24, 2001. The Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida. (EPA-841-B-00-005)Google Scholar. EPA (2007) Reducing storm water costs through low impact development (LID) strategies and practices. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington (EPA 841-F-07–006)Google Scholar. FHWA (2001) Urban drainage design manual.
In: Phelps D, Sehlke G (eds) World water congress 2001 bridging the gap: meeting the world’s water and environmental resources challenges, Orlando, May 2001. Ahmad S, Simonovic SP (2004) Spatial system dynamics: new approach for simulation of water resources systems. J Comput Civ Eng 18(4):331–340, October. 1061/(ASCE)0887-3801(2004)18:4(331) Google Scholar.
Bridging the gap : meeting the world's water and environmental resources challenges. Proceedings of the 2001 World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, held in Orlando, Florida, May 20-24, 2001. Environmental Resources Congress, Ewri, Don Phelps, Gerald Sehlke. Sponsored by Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.
Subject Area and Category. Environmental Science Water Science and Technology.
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