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Forestry report : Norway

Dokumentation des Planer- und Architekten-Workshops vom 20.-23. Oktober 1992 in Bremen

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Published by Administrator in World Forestry Information Group, International Forestry Branch, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada, 1984.

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    • World Forestry Information Group, International Forestry Branch, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada, 1984.


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        StatementWorld Forestry Information Group, International Forestry Branch, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada, 1984.
        PublishersWorld Forestry Information Group, International Forestry Branch, Canadian Forestry Service, Environment Canada, 1984.
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1984
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
        Number of Pages49
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        2Information report (Canadian Forestry Service) -- DPC-X, 19
        3Information Report / World Forestry Information Group, International Forestry Branch, Canadian Forestry Service -- DPC-X-19

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