Global Aspects of the Environment, Volume 2
Robert U. Ayres, Kenneth John Button, Peter Nijkamp
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 1999 - Nature - 473 pages
This is a two-volume collection devoted to global environmental issues. It provides a variety of material from journal articles which are aimed at researchers and teachers of theoretical ecology, resource and environmental economics, industrial ecology and environmental science.
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