3 edition of An ecological survey of Cumbria found in the catalog.
An ecological survey of Cumbria
Cumbria (England). Planning Department.
by The County and Lake District Special Planning Board in [Carlisle]
Written in English
"... [This paper] is the result of close co-operation between Cumbria County Council and the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology" - foreword.
|Statement||Cumbria County Council and Lake District Special Planning Board.|
|Series||Structure plan working paper; 4|
|Contributions||Cumbria (England). Planning Department., Lake District Special Planning Board., Institute of Terrestrial Ecology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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