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Education and the human environment : final report of an Australian Unesco Seminar held in Melbourne, May 26-30, 1975 / edited by Russell D. Linke ; with an introd. by Peter J. Fensham
Bib ID 1158107
Format BookBook
Description [Canberra] : Australian National Commission for Unesco, 1976 
vii, 402 p. ; 29 cm. 
Notes

Sponsored by the Australian National Commission for Unesco.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Human ecology -- Study and teaching -- Australia -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Linke, Russell D. (Russell Dean)  |  Australian National Commission for Unesco

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