Contested Porosities

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Kling, N. and Jungfer, C. 2018. Contested Porosities. in: Wolfrum, S. (ed.) Porous City BIRKHÄUSER. pp. 260-265
AuthorsKling, N. and Jungfer, C.
EditorsWolfrum, S.
Book titlePorous City
Page range260-265
Year2018
PublisherBIRKHÄUSER
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PrintMar 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited10 Dec 2018
ISBN978-3-0356-1578-4
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1515/9783035615784-055
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