3 edition of Biophysical soil resources and land evaluation of the northeast coal study area, 1976-1977 found in the catalog.
Biophysical soil resources and land evaluation of the northeast coal study area, 1976-1977
|Other titles||Northeast coal study area, 1976-1977.|
|Statement||prepared for the Environment and Land Use Sub-committee on Northeast Coal Development by Terje Vold.|
|Contributions||Maxwell, Robert, joint author., Hardy, Ruth, joint author., British Columbia. Environment and Land Use Sub-committee on Northeast Coal Development., British Columbia. Environment and Land Use Sub-committee on Northeast Coal Development.|
|LC Classifications||S599.1.B8 V64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||78322369|
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