Producing more food with less water in a changing world: assessment of water productivity in 10 major river basins.
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Cai, Xueliang; Molden, David; Mainuddin, M.; Sharma, Bharat; Ahmad, M. D.; Karimi, Poolad. 2012. Producing more food with less water in a changing world: assessment of water productivity in 10 major river basins. In Fisher, M.; Cook, Simon (Eds.). Water, food and poverty in river basins: defining the limits. London, UK: Routledge. pp.280-300.
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SubjectsWATER PRODUCTIVITY; AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT; IRRIGATION; RIVER BASINS; SOCIO-ECONOMICS
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