3 edition of Structural, dynamical and functional properties of the Lithuanian landscape found in the catalog.
Structural, dynamical and functional properties of the Lithuanian landscape
by Institute of Geography, Sector of Landscape Research in Vilnius
Written in English
|Other titles||Lietuvos landšaftu struktūrinės, dinaminės ir funkcinės savybės|
|Statement||[editorial board G. Pauliukevičius ... et al. ; English translated A. Jurkonytė].|
|Contributions||Pauli͡u︡ki͡a︡vichi͡u︡s, G., 1938-, Geografijos institutas (Lietuvos Mokslų akademija) Landšaftotyros sektorius.|
|LC Classifications||GB436.L78 S77 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||00332556|
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