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South Australia : a statistical profile
Bib ID 976165
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description Adelaide : Australian Bureau of Statistics, South Australian Office, 2001- 
v. ; 25 cm. 
ISSN 1444-4437  1444-4437 
Summary

Brings together a range of statistical information on the social, demographic, and economic profile of South Australia. Topics featured include population, education, labour, health, crime and courts, commerce, trade, tourism, culture and leisure activities, public and private finance, manufacturing, primary industries such as agriculture, livestock, fisheries and mining, housing, construction, motor vehicle registrations and information technology.

Notes

Catalogue no. 1368.4.

Includes tables.

Also available online via the World Wide Web.

Life Dates 2001- 
Former Title

South Australian year book. 0085-6428

Frequency Annual 
Subjects South Australia - Statistics - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics. South Australian Office
Govt. Doc. Number 1368.4 

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