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China's Biodiversity: A Country Study

By: State Environmental Protection Administration
476 pages, Col photos, tabs
China's Biodiversity: A Country Study
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Provides a preliminary summary of China's biodiversity, one of the richest in the world, and the work needed for its preservation. The book is a study of China's plants, animals and micro-organisms and their physical environment with reference to biodiversity conservation in the fields of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries and the various national activities related to biodiversity conservation.

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By: State Environmental Protection Administration
476 pages, Col photos, tabs
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