"Development of Vulnerability through the DRASTIC Method and Geographic Information System (GIS) (Case Groundwater of Berrchid), Morocco"
written by Halima Elfarrak, Mustapha Hakdaoui, Ahmed Fikri,
published by Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol.6 No.1, 2014
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