"Estimation of Melt Contribution to Total Streamflow in River Bhagirathi and River DhauliGanga at Loharinag Pala and Tapovan Vishnugad Project Sites"
written by Manohar Arora, D S Rathore, R D Singh, Rakesh Kumar, Amit Kumar,
published by Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vol.2 No.7, 2010
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