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Resilient Urban Water Services for the 21th Century Society: Stakeholder Survey in Finland

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Resilient Urban Water Services for the 21th Century Society : Stakeholder Survey in Finland. / Laitinen, Jyrki; Kallio, Johanna; Katko, Tapio S.; Hukka, Jarmo; Juuti, Petri.

julkaisussa: Water (Switzerland), Vuosikerta 12, Nro 1, 187, 09.01.2020.

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Laitinen, Jyrki ; Kallio, Johanna ; Katko, Tapio S. ; Hukka, Jarmo ; Juuti, Petri. / Resilient Urban Water Services for the 21th Century Society : Stakeholder Survey in Finland. Julkaisussa: Water (Switzerland). 2020 ; Vuosikerta 12, Nro 1.

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