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Introductions & Transfers of Marine Species: Achieving a Balance between Economic Dev. and Resource Protection – ORDERFORM
 
Introductions & Transfers of Marine Species: Achieving a Balance between Economic Development and Resource Protection.  Author: M. Richard DeVoe. Proceedings of the conference and workshop that was held October 30 through November 2, 1991, on Hilton Head Island, SC. 1992. 198 pp. Hard cover. $10.00 (includes tax and shipping) 

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