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Konecny R, Aschauer A, Chovanec A, Waringer J, Wimmer R, Waidbacher H, Schmutz S (2002a) Heavily Modified Waters in Europe - Case Study Danube. Federal Environment Agency, Vienna. Available online: http://www.sepa.org.uk/hmwbworkinggroup/

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Water Framework Directive Water Resource Research Rural Affair Biological Science Institute Federal Environment Agency 
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Austria

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Belgium

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Finland

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France

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Germany

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Netherlands

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Norway

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Spain

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Sweden

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UK, Northern Ireland

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ecologic Institute for International and EuropeanEnvironmental PolicyBerlinGermany

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