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The Ord River Irrigation Project, past, present and future : an economic evaluation / prepared for Kimberley Water Resources Development Office [by] Hassall and Associates Pty Ltd
Bib ID 1379653
Format BookBook
Description Perth [W.A.] : Kimberley Water Resources Development Advisory Board, 1993 
2 v. : ill., maps (1 col.) ; 30 cm. 
Full contents
  • Stage 1
  • Stage 2.
 
Notes

"August 1993".

"In association with Coffey MPW Pty Ltd"--p. 1.

Includes glossary.

Bibliographies: stage 1 [E] i-[E] ii, stage 2 [E] i-ii.

Subjects Ord River Irrigation Project.  |  Irrigation -- Western Australia.  |  Ord River (W.A.)
Other authors/contributors Hassall & Associates  |  Coffey MPW Pty Ltd  |  Western Australia. Kimberley Water Resources Development Office

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