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DISCLAIMER Neither ESR nor any of its employees makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for use of the Report or its contents by any other person or organisation. and Ngapuhi for their support of this project. We especially wish to thank the samplers (who collected shellfish for this project. We gratefully(More)
  • R E Munn
  • 1975
The primary goals of land-use planning are enunciated. A plea is made for consideration of the total biosphere and not just its separate components. The environmental impact statement process is reviewed and some suggestions made for its strengthening. Moves for international adoption of this process are noted, as well as the concept of eco-development(More)
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