Environmental Problems in Eastern Europe

@inproceedings{Carter1993EnvironmentalPI,
  title={Environmental Problems in Eastern Europe},
  author={F. Carter and D. Turnock},
  year={1993}
}
Introduction F.W.Carter and D. Turnock 2. Albania D.R. Hall 3. Bulgaria F.W. Carter 4. Czechoslovakia, F.W. Carter 5. Hungary Dr Hinrichsen and I. Lang 6. Poland F.W. Carter 7. Romania D. Turnock 8. Former Yugoslavia B. Jancar-Webster 9. Problems of the Pollution Scenario F.W. Carter and D. Turnock Bibliography Index 
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