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Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo guo tu guan li da shi dian, 1949-1999 nian / Chen Tingyi bian
中华人民共和国国土管理大事典, 1949-1999年 / 陈廷一编
Bib ID 2563451
Format BookBook
Edition Beijing di 1 ban. 
北京第1版 . 
Description Beijing : Di zhi chu ban she, 1999 
北京 : 地质出版社, 1999 
ii, 280 p. ; 21 cm.+ 1 CD. 
ISBN 7116028978
Subjects Land use -- China -- History -- 20th century -- Chronology.  |  Natural resources -- China -- History -- 20th century -- Chronology.
Other authors/contributors Chen, Tingyi
陈廷一
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Guo tu guan li da shi dian, 1949-1999 nian.

国土管理大事典, 1949-1999年.

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