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Conservation in the Soviet Union

P. R. Pryde

Conservation in the Soviet Union

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Published by C.U.P. .
Written in English


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Journal of environmental health, v. 51, Mar./Apr. Perlowski A. Budgets to fight pollution in Poland Environmental policy review: the Soviet Union and Eastern :// In the s, the Soviet Union led the world in environmental protection and ecological science.

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Language: English. The Amphibians of the Former Soviet Union is a comprehensive synopsis of the systematics, morphology, genetics, distribution, ecology, population trends, history of studies, and conservation of amphibians inhabiting the territory of the former Soviet Union (inclusive of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Georgia, and the Baltic states of Estonia   Shelter from the Holocaust is an amazing book.

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Zumbrunnen, Craig. “The Lake Baikal Controversy: A Serious Water Pollution Threat or a Turning Point in Soviet Environmental Consciousness,” in Ivan Volgyes, ed., Environmental Deterioration in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (New York: Praeger).

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