Atlas of Environmental Issues
Oxford University Press, 1988 - Biosphere - 63 pages
Describes and explains major environmental issues of the world today including soil erosion, deforestation, mechanised agriculture, oil pollution of the oceans, acid rain, overfishing, and nuclear power.
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