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Sewer overflows in eastern England: a general survey for environmental investment

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Sewer overflows in eastern England : a general survey for environmental investment. / Gaterell, Mark; Hunter, K. S.; Morse, G. K.; Lester, J. N.

In: European Water Pollution Control, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1997, p. 46-54.

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Gaterell, M, Hunter, KS, Morse, GK & Lester, JN 1997, 'Sewer overflows in eastern England: a general survey for environmental investment', European Water Pollution Control, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 46-54.

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Gaterell, M., Hunter, K. S., Morse, G. K., & Lester, J. N. (1997). Sewer overflows in eastern England: a general survey for environmental investment. European Water Pollution Control, 7(3), 46-54.

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Gaterell M, Hunter KS, Morse GK, Lester JN. Sewer overflows in eastern England: a general survey for environmental investment. European Water Pollution Control. 1997;7(3):46-54.

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Gaterell, Mark ; Hunter, K. S. ; Morse, G. K. ; Lester, J. N. / Sewer overflows in eastern England : a general survey for environmental investment. In: European Water Pollution Control. 1997 ; Vol. 7, No. 3. pp. 46-54.

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