Managing the Demand for Recreation and Tourism: In the Atlantic Coastal Areas of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia : a Workshop for Local Officials, , September 27, 28, and 29, 1978, Ocean City, Maryland
University of Maryland--College Park, University of Maryland--Eastern Shore Cooperative Extension Service - Coastal zone management
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