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Multidisciplinary approach: Complex problems of more than past 3 decades called for not single disciplinary like that of engineering,economics, sociology or mathematics but involving several disciplines.
multidisciplinary approach:The author realised as a water resources engineer in 1973 that disciplines like engineering,economics,urban and regional Planning,physical,biological sciences,mathematics and so on are needed to solve complex water resources problems and submitted an original paper with the theme of integrated approach to sustainable water resources development and management in 1977 to world water resources conference
by vjkp May 03, 2010
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Multi-disciplinary approach: Complex problems of more than past 3 decades called for not single disciplinary like that of engineering,economics, sociology or mathematics but involving several disciplnes.
multi-disciplinary approach:The author realised as a water resources engineer in 1973 that disciplines like engineering,economics,urban and regional Planning,physical,biological sciences,mathematics and so on are needed to solve complex water resources problems and submitted an original paper with the theme of integrated approach to sustainable water resources development and management in 1977 to world water resources conference .
by vjkp May 03, 2010

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