Geografie 2018, 123, 141-158

Assessing inland excess water risk in Kanjiza (Serbia)

Imre Nađ1,2, Vladimir Marković2, Marko Pavlović3, Uglješa Stankov2, Gordana Vuksanović4

1Kaposvar University, Department of Regional and Environmental Studies, Hungary
2University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management, Serbia
3IT Project Manager and Business Developer at Enlight IT Sourcing, Serbia
4Novi Sad Business School, Higher Education Institution for Applied Studies, Serbia

Received April 2017
Accepted May 2018


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