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CITATION for the GOODD dataset (unsnapped)
Mulligan, M. Saenz-Cruz , L., van Soesbergen, A., Smith,V.T. and Zurita,L (2009) Global dams database and geowiki. Version 1.
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CITATION for the GOODD dataset (snapped to WaterWorld V1)
Mulligan,M., van Soesbergen, A. and Saenz, L. (2020) GOODD, a global dataset of more than 38,000 georeferenced dams. Scientific Data
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