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Environment and Man
Environment and Man
Author: Richard H. Wagner
Discusses contemporary problems such as air and water pollution, biocides, chemical and biological warfare, the menace of overpopulation, and the growing food crisis.
ISBN: 37076
Pages: 491
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Publisher: W.W. Norton and Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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Richard Wagner was an assistant professor of botany at The Pennsylvania State University when he wrote this book, copyright 1971. It discusses the contemporary problems of air and water pollution, biocides, chemical and biological warfare, the menace of overpopulation, and the growing food crisis.


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