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Drawing on entries from The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental administration, this concise reference will offer a vital speedy consultant for these operating within the box of environmental administration: experts, planners, environmental advisors in undefined, and scholars. nearly 1500 key words are outlined in language which may simply be understood by means of the non-expert. Key acronyms, socio/economic phrases, and clinical phrases are all discussed.Over 1500 key termsAvoids technical jargonIncludes key acronyms
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