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Bibliography of the Biaowieza Primeval Forest: part 3 (1973-1980)






Bibliografia Puszczy Biaowieskiej 1973-1980: 190

Bibliography of the Biaowieza Primeval Forest: part 3 (1973-1980)

Parts 1 and 2 (1967-72) were published in 1969 and 1976 respectively. Future supplements will appear at 5-yearly intervals. All non-English titles are cited with English translations. Supplementary references to the 2 earlier parts are included as 2 separate sections.


Accession: 001535994



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