John Anthony Allan (born 2 January 1937), sometime cited as Tony Allan, is a British geographer. He was awarded the Stockholm Water Prize in 2008 for his revolutionary virtual water concept. Although being an emeritus of the School of Oriental and African Studies and King's College London of the University of London, he still acts as a teaching Professor at King's College London.

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  • John Anthony Allan (born 2 January 1937), sometime cited as Tony Allan, is a British geographer. He was awarded the Stockholm Water Prize in 2008 for his revolutionary virtual water concept. Although being an emeritus of the School of Oriental and African Studies and King's College London of the University of London, he still acts as a teaching Professor at King's College London. (en)
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  • John Anthony Allan (born 2 January 1937), sometime cited as Tony Allan, is a British geographer. He was awarded the Stockholm Water Prize in 2008 for his revolutionary virtual water concept. Although being an emeritus of the School of Oriental and African Studies and King's College London of the University of London, he still acts as a teaching Professor at King's College London. (en)
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