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Published by Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich in Wrocław .
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Other titlesRazvivai͡u︡shchiesi͡a︡ strany geograficheskie problemy razvitii͡a︡.
Statementedited by Marcin Rościszewski, Yakov G. Mashbits and Zuzanna Siemek.
SeriesGeographical studies / Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization,, no. 141, Prace geograficzne (Wrocław, Poland) ;, nr. 141.
ContributionsRościszewski, Marcin., Mashbit͡s︡, I͡A︡kov Grigorʹevich., Siemek, Zuzanna., Instytut Geografii i Prezestrzennego Zagospodarowania (Polska Akademia Nauk), Polish-Soviet Geographical Seminar on the Third World (3rd : 1979 : Warsaw, Poland)
LC ClassificationsG23 .P615 nr. 141, HC59.7 .P615 nr. 141
The Physical Object
Pagination121 p. ;
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3099633M
ISBN 10830400951X
LC Control Number82204622

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