How Water-Development Nexus Can Reunite Central Asia?


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Mamatova, Z. and Ibrokhimov, D. (2014) How Water-Development Nexus Can Reunite Central Asia?. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2, 91-97. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2014.23B014.

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