ecological factors of geographical environment


ecological factors of geographical environment
<01> экологические факторы географической среды

Тимашев И.Е. Геоэкологический русско-английский словарь-справочник: Справочное издание. – М.: ИД «Муравей-Гайд», 1999. Охрана окружающей среды. Терминология: Справочное пособие. – М.: Издательство стандартов, 1991. 2011.

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