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Integrated Surface and Groundwater Management in Nebraska: Reconciling Systems of Prior Appropriation and Correlative Rights
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Neal, T.M.S. (2015). The philosophy of science on testing research and clinical questions. American Psychology-Law News, Winter, 6-8.
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