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Downstream and Upstream Ecologists

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By: Jean Mercier
Downstream and Upstream Ecologists
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  • Downstream and Upstream Ecologists ISBN: 9780275959272 Hardback Dec 1997 Out of Print #94379
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Separates ecologists with the same basic goals into two groups. Downstream ecologists, who are concerned with air and water, and upsteam ecologists who believe that pollution is a symptom of some larger phenomenon.

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