Technological Alternatives for Urban Infrastructure: Five Papers Associated with a Workshop Held at Lake Morey Inn, Fairlee, Vermont on August 12-16, 1984
John P. Eberhard, Abram B. Bernstein
National Academies, 1985 - City planning - 75 pages
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