2 edition of Proceedings of National Seminar on Environmental Pollution and Water Resources Management found in the catalog.
Proceedings of National Seminar on Environmental Pollution and Water Resources Management
National Seminar on Environmental Pollution and Water Resources Management (1998 Allahabad, India)
by Institution of Engineers (India), Allahabad Local Centre in Allahabad
Written in English
|Other titles||Environmental pollution and water resources management|
|Statement||editorial board, Satish Chand, S.N. Tiwari, S.C. Prasad.|
|Contributions||Chand, Satish., Tiwari, S. N., Prof., Prasad, S. C., Institution of Engineers (India). Allahabad Local Centre., Motilal Nehru Regional Engineering College (Allahabad, India)|
|LC Classifications||TD187.5.I4 N37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||99940702|
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