1 edition of Canadian public land use in perspective = found in the catalog.
Canadian public land use in perspective =
|Contributions||Kouri, R., Nelson, James Gordon., Scace, Robert Chaston,, Social Science Research Council of Canada. Committee on the Human Environment., Symposium on Canadian Public Land Use in Perspective, Ottawa, 1973.|
|LC Classifications||HD313 .C3, HD313 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 579 p. :|
|Number of Pages||579|
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Get this from a library. Canadian public land use in perspective = L'aménagement des terres publiques au Canada: perspectives. [R Kouri; J G Nelson; Robert C Scace; Social Science Research Council of Canada.;] -- Proceedings of symposium held in Ottawa Oct., organized by the Committee on the Human Environment (SSRCC), discussing the much neglected topic of public land use in Canada.
Get this from a library. Canadian Canadian public land use in perspective = book land use in perspective: proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Social Science Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, October = L'amenagement des terres publiques au Canada, perspectives: compte-rendu d'un symposium parrainé par le Conseil canadien de recherche en sciences sociales, Ottawa, Ontario, 25.
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