Tropical Rainforests

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Routledge, 1992 - Science - 188 pages
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CHRIS PARK is a happily retired academic with more than 30 years experience in university teaching, research and senior management in the UK. He is a Professor Emeritus at Lancaster University where he was Director of the Graduate School (2001-9). In a previous life as a geographer he wrote numerous books and academic papers, mainly on the environment.

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