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The use of fresh water as a humanitarian problem: a course of lectures. Human ecology and Public Health problems. Video recording - 2:57. (in Russian) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PAvMo9mj9U
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Dr (PhD), Prof Dmitry Nikolaenko
The use of fresh water as a humanitarian problem: a course of lectures.
Human ecology and Public Health problems.
Lectures. European Institute of Public Health. 2016.
Video recording - 2:57. (in Russian)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PAvMo9mj9U
European Institute of Public Health / YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnfXCzKWYH7VlxehbJuMt6w/videos
Примечание 2022 года
Библиография к курсу составлена в 2022 году.
В это же время размещаются и материалы на ResearchGate. Данный курс один из примеров
«забытых» материалов. Что-то готовилось в прошлом, но по определенным причинам
оказалось не опубликованным. Немного жаль этого курса. Это была подготовка для магистров.
Нет смысла вздыхать о прошлом.
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