TSEM102.008: Green Eating on a Blue Planet
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Reference GE149.E47 2002
Available in print only on the main floor of the Cook Library in the Reference stacks
See pp. 561-5 for an Outline of the Contents, noting especially the articles listed under HUMAN FACTORS, RESPONSES TO GLOBAL CHANGE and RESOURCES
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