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tical loads for air pollutants

NGO Strategy Seminar on Air Pollution (1992 GoМ€teborg)

tical loads for air pollutants

report of the third international NGO strategy seminar on air pollution, Göteborg, Sweden, April 10-12, 1992

by NGO Strategy Seminar on Air Pollution (1992 GoМ€teborg)

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Published by Swedish NGO Secretariat on Acid Rain in Göteborg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChrister Ågren and Per Elvingson.
ContributionsÅgren, Christer., Elvingson, Per., Swedish NGO Secretariat on Acid Rain., Nordic Nature Conservation Societies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16685619M
ISBN 109155877516

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