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      • Volume IV, 2014: Special Issue on Water
      • Vol4W
      • UNDER CONSTRUCTION
      • Editorial
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      • A Brief Assessment of the Theological Significance of Water in the Book of Ezekiel
        Cat Quine, University of Oxford
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      • Utilization of Candaba Swamp from Prehistoric to Present Time: Evidences from Archaeology, History and Ethnography
        Rhayan G. Melendres, University of the Philippines
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      • Shades of Water in the Landscape: Exploring the Schematics of Ancient Water Management System in Dandabhukti
        Tarun Tapas Mukherjee, Bhatter College, Dantan, West Bengal
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      • Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland
        Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, University of the Philippines
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      • Imagery and Symbolism of Water Bodies in Some Poems from the Anglo-Saxon Period to the Early 20th Century
        Tathagata Das, Bhangar Mahavidyalaya, West Bengal
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      • What a River Knows
        Tom Leskiw, Independent Researcher, California
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      • Painting Riverscapes in Poetry: the Unvarnished Reality in K N Daruwalla’s River Poems
        Bidhan Mondal, Independent Researcher
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      • The Aquatic Imagination of a Flowing Movie
        Elham Shayegh, Miami University
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      • Article 21: a reservoir of right to water?
        Praveen Patil, Shahaji Law College, Kolhapur, Maharashtra
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      • Sustainable Water Resource Management in West Bengal: A Review
        Pijus Kanti Bhuin, Bhatter College, Dantan
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      • Large Dams: Harmony or Acrimony with Environmental Resource Management Paradigms in Zimbabwe and Lesotho
        Mark Nyandoro, University of Zimbabwe
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      • Water Management and the Era of New Managerialism in Uganda: Experiences from National Water and Sewerage Corporation
        Prince K. GUMA, Social Economic Research and Development, Uganda
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