"Can Integrated Water Resources Management Increase Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change Adaptation? A Critical Review"
written by Animesh K. Gain, Josselin J. Rouillard, David Benson,
published by Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vol.5 No.4A, 2013
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