Impact on the Environment of Surface Mining in Alberta, Proceedings of the Public Hearings
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Impact on the Environment of Surface Mining in Alberta, Proceedings of the Public Hearings December 1971, January 1972 (Part 2). by Alberta Environment Conservation Authority.

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SeriesAlberta Environment Conservation Authority Proceedings of the Public Hearings -- 2-2
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