River linking project: a solution or problem to India's water woes?
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Shah, Tushaar; Amarasinghe, Upali A. 2016. River linking project: a solution or problem to India's water woes? In Narain, V.; Narayanamoorthy, A. (Eds). Indian water policy at the crossroads: resources, technology and reforms. Cham, Switzerland: Springer. pp.109-130.
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WATER TRANSFER; WATER STORAGE; WATER SHORTAGE; WATER SUPPLY; FOOD SUPPLY; YIELD INCREASES; IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY; IRRIGATION PROGRAMS; RAINFED FARMING; AGRICULTURE; ECOSYSTEM SERVICES; HYDROLOGICAL FACTORS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT; SOCIAL COSTS; RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; INTERNATIONAL WATERS; CONFLICT; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS; INVESTMENT
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