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Author Name    Gillison, A.N. & Anderson, D.J. (Co-editors)

Title   Vegetation Classification in Australia - Proceedings of a Workshop Sponsored By CSIRO Division of Land Use Research, Canberra, October 1978

Publisher   Canberra CSIRO 1981

ISBN Number    0708113095 / 9780708113097

Seller ID   002478

Illustrated with charts and maps, 8vo, pp (xxiv), 229, emerald-green cloth, in slightly sunned dustwrapper with one minor tear to the back cover (repaired with book tape), owner's signature on front free endpaper, very good clean copy.

CSIRO. AUSTRALIAN FLORA. FLORA AUSTRALIA. FLORAS.

Price = 15.00 GBP


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