Masterworks of Man & Nature: Preserving Our World Heritage
Harper-MacRae, 1992 - Nature - 447 pages
Volume, organized by geographic location, which illustrates the ways in which our cultural heritage is tied to the Earth's natural heritage. Examines the ways in which our actions today determine our future.
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