2 edition of Economy and environment in1990s found in the catalog.
Economy and environment in1990s
Frank J. Convery
by (Department of Geography, University College Dublin) in (Dublin)
Written in English
|Other titles||Rural development in the 1990s : farming, farmers and landscape in Slieveardagh., Changes in rural landscape and life in Färingtofta Southern Sweden 1930-1990.|
|Statement||Frank Convery, Taeke Stol, Marie Stenseke.|
|Series||LLASS working paper -- no.12|
|Contributions||Stol, Taeke., Stenseke, Marie., University College Dublin. Department of Geography., Landscape and Life : Appropriate Scales for Sustainable Development (Cross-Disciplinary Forum) (1993-1994 : University College, Du lin, Ireland)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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