Martin Richard Huberty, Warren L. Flock
McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1959 - Natural resources - 556 pages
Natural and human resources; Fresh-water resources; Fresh water from saline sources; Marien resources; The atmosphere; Air pollution control; Land as a resource; Soil as a natural resource; The physical aspects of soil management; Photosynthesis; Ecology, wildlife, and wilderness; Forest land and forest products.
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Natural and Human Resources Varden Fuller
Freshwater Resources Martin R Huberty
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