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Water supply

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Book Colin Hoag (2022)
The Fluvial Imagination: On Lesotho’s Water-Export Economy. (/isis/citation/CBB129562255/) unapi

Article Thomas Miller Klubock (2021)
The Early History of Water Wars in Chile: Rivers, Ecological Disaster and Multinational Mining Companies. Environment and History (pp. 421-446). (/isis/citation/CBB123904559/) unapi

Article Karen Twigg (2021)
The Green Years: The Role of Abundant Water in Shaping Postwar Constructions of Rural Femininity. Environment and History (pp. 277-301). (/isis/citation/CBB087503676/) unapi

Book Sophie Omere (2021)
Jeux d'eau à La Granja: les fontainiers français en Espagne au XVIIIe siècle [Water games at La Granja: French plumbers in Spain in the eighteenth century]. (/isis/citation/CBB163725188/) unapi

Article Sean Weiss (July 2020)
Making Engineering Visible: Photography and the Politics of Drinking Water in Modern Paris. Technology and Culture (pp. 739-771). (/isis/citation/CBB227100306/) unapi

Article Christy Spackman (June 2020)
In smell’s shadow: Materials and politics at the edge of perception. Social Studies of Science (pp. 418-439). (/isis/citation/CBB826002581/) unapi

Article Zhang, Lei (April 2020)
Foreign Wells: Japanese Well Drilling in Beijing, 1900–10. Technology and Culture (pp. 416-436). (/isis/citation/CBB942866726/) unapi

Book Geoff Beeson (2020)
A Water Story: Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future. (/isis/citation/CBB415070926/) unapi

Book Ana Duarte Rodrigues; Carmen Toribio (2020)
The History of Water Management in the Iberian Peninsula: Between the 16th and 19th Centuries. (/isis/citation/CBB276030174/) unapi

Article Daniel Gallardo-Albarrán (2020)
Sanitary infrastructures and the decline of mortality in Germany, 1877–1913†. Economic History Review (pp. 730-757). (/isis/citation/CBB374894262/) unapi

Book Velayutham Saravanan (2020)
Water and the environmental history of modern India. (/isis/citation/CBB932612637/) unapi

Book Jennifer L. Derr (2019)
The Lived Nile: Environment, Disease, and Material Colonial Economy in Egypt. (/isis/citation/CBB092536397/) unapi

Article Shulman, Chaim (July 2019)
The Groundbreaking Water Supply Systems of Central and Eastern European Cities, 1300–1580. Technology and Culture (pp. 726-769). (/isis/citation/CBB064273808/) unapi

Article Shamma, John; Davis, Craig A. (Summer 2019)
Improving the Resilience of Southern California Water Supply Aqueduct Systems to Regional Earthquake Threats. The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering (pp. 61-67). (/isis/citation/CBB747653814/) unapi

Book Matthew V. Bender (2019)
Water Brings No Harm: Management Knowledge and the Struggle for the Waters of Kilimanjaro. (/isis/citation/CBB408936114/) unapi

Book Jeremy J. Schmidt (2019)
Water: Abundance, Scarcity, and Security in the Age of Humanity. (/isis/citation/CBB568175092/) unapi

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Nature’s Tonic: Beer, Ecology, and Urbanization in a Chinese City, 1900–50. Environmental History (pp. 282-306). (/isis/citation/CBB631292421/) unapi

Article Hansen, Jan (2019)
Das Steuern und Regeln von Infrastrukturen und der Wasseralltag in Los Angeles (1870–1920) [Control and Regulation of Infrastructures and Everyday Water Life in Los Angeles (1870-1920)]. Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie (pp. 33-66). (/isis/citation/CBB820023036/) unapi

Article Saleh, Firas (2019)
Climate Change and Infrastructure Resilience. The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering (pp. 23-29). (/isis/citation/CBB583515275/) unapi

Book Matthew V. Bender (2019)
Water brings no harm : management knowledge and the struggle for the waters of Kilimanjaro. (/isis/citation/CBB806270320/) unapi

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