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Morecambe Bay: an assessment of present ecological knowledge

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Morecambe Bay : an assessment of present ecological knowledge. / Robinson, Neil A. (Editor); Pringle, Ada (Editor).

Lancaster : Centre for North-West Regional Studies, 1987. 248 p.

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Harvard

Robinson, NA & Pringle, A (eds) 1987, Morecambe Bay: an assessment of present ecological knowledge. Centre for North-West Regional Studies, Lancaster.

APA

Robinson, N. A., & Pringle, A. (Eds.) (1987). Morecambe Bay: an assessment of present ecological knowledge. Centre for North-West Regional Studies.

Vancouver

Robinson NA, (ed.), Pringle A, (ed.). Morecambe Bay: an assessment of present ecological knowledge. Lancaster: Centre for North-West Regional Studies, 1987. 248 p.

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Robinson, Neil A. (Editor) ; Pringle, Ada (Editor). / Morecambe Bay : an assessment of present ecological knowledge. Lancaster : Centre for North-West Regional Studies, 1987. 248 p.

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