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BEE 4750: Environmental Systems Analysis: Overview

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photo credit: Jim Linwood - Rainwater Harvesting in Gibraltar - 1992. [digital photograph]. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_resource_management#/media/File:Gibraltar_East_Side_Water_Catchments_in_1992.jpg 

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Google: 38 votes (65.52%)
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Google Scholar: 10 votes (17.24%)
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