2 edition of Science, man and his environment. found in the catalog.
Science, man and his environment.
Medunarodna Konferencija Nauka i drustvo Herceg- Novi 1971
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Herceg-Novi, July 3rd to 10th, 1971. Editors: Božidar Gluščević, Siniša Maričić, Branislava Perović.|
|Contributions||Gluščević, Boško,, Maričić, Siniša,, Perovič, Branislava, Science and Society Association.|
|LC Classifications||GF3 .I38 1971, GF3 M43 1971|
|The Physical Object|
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