Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences
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Cross-references to other relevant articles in the Encyclopedia significantly enhance the value of your article. Cross-references can be placed both in the body of an article ('inline cross references'), or as a list at the end of the article ('Related Articles').
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Sediment Yields and Sediment Budgets
DOI: 10.1002/0470848944. hsa087
so Unique ID number = hsa087 .
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