1 edition of Water supply, water user behaviour, and attitudes found in the catalog.
Water supply, water user behaviour, and attitudes
by Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University in [Bangkok]
Written in English
Translation of: Rāingān wičhai rư̄ang lǣng nam phrưttikam kānchai nam læ thatsanakhati.
|Statement||by Nongluk Tunyavanich ... [et al.], with support from Thai-Australian Northeast Village Water Resource Project.|
|Series||Project report ;, no. 96, Project report (Thai-Australian Northeast Village Water Resource Project) ;, no. 96.|
|Contributions||Nonglak Thanyawānit., Mahāwitthayālai Mahidon. Khana Sangkhomsāt læ Manutsayasāt., Thai-Australian Northeast Village Water Resource Project.|
|LC Classifications||TD313.T48 R3613 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||90915370|
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