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selection of sites for the conservation of rocky shores

Charlie Pye-Smith

selection of sites for the conservation of rocky shores

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Published by University College London in London .
Written in English


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"Evolved from a survey of the Northumberland Coast from Tynemouth to Holy Island".

Statement[by] C.D. Pye-Smith.
SeriesDiscussion papers in conservation / University College London -- no.22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13685037M


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