The Scientific management of animal and plant communities for conservation

the 11th symposium of the British Ecological Society, University of East Anglia, Norwich, 7-9 July 1970

Publisher: Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford

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Statementedited by E. Duffey and A. S. Watt.
SeriesBritish Ecological Society. Symposium ;, no. 11
ContributionsDuffey, Eric, ed., Watt, A. S. ed., British Ecological Society.
LC ClassificationsQK911.B7 A35 no. 11, SK353 A35 no. 11
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 652, [12] p., 3 leaves.
Number of Pages652
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5333500M
ISBN 100632080108
LC Control Number72186718

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