Main authors: Frode Sundnes, Cors van den Brink, Morten Graversgaard
FAIRWAYiS editor: Jane Brandt
Source document: »Sundnes, F. et al. (2020) Advancing MAPs as vehicles for resolving issues on drinking water pollution from agriculture. FAIRWAY Project Deliverable 2.5R, 56 pp


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