|Regions at risk: Comparisons of Threatened Environments (UNU, 1995, 588 pages)|
Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson, and B. L. Turner II
TOKYO - NEW YORK - PARIS
© The United Nations University, 1995
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This book has been published in cooperation with the Commission on Critical Environmental Situations and Regions, the International Geographical Union.
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