2 edition of Conservation in Canada found in the catalog.
Conservation in Canada
Canada. Task Force on Conservation of Natural Resources and Historic Sites.
|Contributions||Canadian Forestry Service.|
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|Pagination||203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
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Dedication This book celebrates the move of Oxford’s WildCRU to its own centre, Tubney House, and is thus dedicated to the memory of Miles and Briony Blackwell and to the Trustees of the Tubney Trust who made this .