Towards integrated resource management

report. by Canada. National Committee on Forest Land. Sub-committee on Multiple Use. in [Ottawa

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  • Natural resources -- Canada -- Management.,
  • Regional planning -- Canada.
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LC ClassificationsHC113.5 .A5
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Paginationv, 34 l.
Number of Pages34
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LC Control Number70875616

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