Coastal dunes of New South Wales status & management
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Coastal dunes of New South Wales status & management a report of the University of Sydney/Soil Conservation Service of New South Wales joint research project on the coastal dunes of NSW and their management,sponsored by the National Soil Conservation Programme by David Chapman

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Published by Coastal Studies Unit in Sydney .
Written in English

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Includes bibliography.

Statementproject leaders: David M. Chapman & H. Graeme Wickham.
SeriesCoastal Studies Unit technical report -- no89/3
ContributionsWickham, H. Graeme.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22026945M
ISBN 10090976431X

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