Sociocultural impact of reservoirs on local government institutions

anthropological analysis of social and cultural benefits and costs from stream control measures --- Phase 4 by Philip Drucker

Publisher: University of Kentucky Water Resources Institute in Lexington

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  • Reservoirs -- Kentucky -- Economic costs,
  • Local government -- Kentucky

Edition Notes

Statementby Philip Drucker, Jerry Eugene Clark, Lesker Dianne Smith.
SeriesUniversity of Kentucky. Water Resources Institute. Research report -- no. 65., Research report (University of Kentucky. Water Resources Institute) -- no. 65.
ContributionsClark, Jerry Eugene., Smith, Lesker Dianne., United States. Office of Water Resources Research.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,108 leaves ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17629859M

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