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Twenty thirst century : the future of water in Australia / John Archer
Bib ID 3428556
Format BookBook
Author
Archer, John, 1941-
 
Description Pearl Beach, N.S.W. : Pure Water Press, c2005 
159 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646445359
Notes

Bibliography: p. 158-159.

Subjects Water-supply -- Australia.  |  Water quality -- Australia.  |  Water conservation -- Australia.
Available From Pure Water Press, 41 Cornelian Road, Pearl Beach NSW 2256 

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