Coastal zone

a symposium, the University of West Florida, June 17-18, 1977
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University of West Florida , [Pensacola
Coastal zone management -- Florida -- Congresses., Environmental protection -- Florida -- Congre
Statementco-directors/editors: Sneed B. Collard, Luther W. Skelton.
SeriesFlorida Sea Grant Program publication (unnumb.), Florida Sea Grant Program publication (unnumbered)
ContributionsCollard, Sneed B., Skelton, Luther W.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 55 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14173693M

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