A multidirectional and multifunctional gateway between GIS by Lichy C.

By Lichy C.

Lichy, Carsten. 1998. A multidirectional and multifunctional gateway among GIS and hydrodynamic versions. In court cases of the 3rd overseas convention on Hydroinformatics, Vol. 1, Cophenagen, Denmark, 24-26 August 1998, pp. 395-399.

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