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Guidelines for inland waterways in rivers. / Hove, Dick ten; Koedijk, Otto.

Proceedings Pianc Smart Rivers 2019: Inland waterways, general design. Pianc, 2019. p. 88-91 6.

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Hove, DT & Koedijk, O 2019, Guidelines for inland waterways in rivers. in Proceedings Pianc Smart Rivers 2019: Inland waterways, general design., 6, Pianc, pp. 88-91, PIANC-SMART Rivers 2019, Lyon, France, 30/09/19.

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Hove, D. T., & Koedijk, O. (2019). Guidelines for inland waterways in rivers. In Proceedings Pianc Smart Rivers 2019: Inland waterways, general design (pp. 88-91). [ 6] Pianc.

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Hove DT, Koedijk O. Guidelines for inland waterways in rivers. In Proceedings Pianc Smart Rivers 2019: Inland waterways, general design. Pianc. 2019. p. 88-91. 6

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Hove, Dick ten ; Koedijk, Otto. / Guidelines for inland waterways in rivers. Proceedings Pianc Smart Rivers 2019: Inland waterways, general design. Pianc, 2019. pp. 88-91

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