Geology and groundwater resources of the Azamgarh-Ballia region, Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
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Geology and groundwater resources of the Azamgarh-Ballia region, Eastern Uttar Pradesh. by B. D. Pathak

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SeriesBulletins of the Geological Survey of India. Series B : Engineering geology and groundwater -- 18
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