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Canadian havens from hay fever / I.J. Bassett, C.W. Crompton, and C. Frankton
Bib ID 4546100
Format BookBook
Author
Bassett, I. John
 
Description Ottawa : Canada Dept. of Agriculture, 1976 
23 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0662001184
9780662001188
Series

Publication (Canada. Department of Agriculture) 1570

Notes

"Previously published by the Canadian Government Travel Bureau in a different form."

Subjects Ragweeds -- Pollen -- Canada.  |  Hay fever -- Canada.
Other authors/contributors Crompton, Clifford W  |  Frankton, Clarence  |  Canada. Department of Agriculture
Govt. Doc. Number DSS Cat. no. A15-1570/1976 

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