4 edition of Water use in Canadian industry, 1986 found in the catalog.
Water use in Canadian industry, 1986
Donald M. Tate
by Ecosystem Sciences and Evaluation Directorate, Economics and Conservation Branch in Ottawa, Canada
Written in English
|Statement||Donald M. Tate and David N. Scharf.|
|Series||Social science series ;, no. 24, Social science series (Ottawa, Ont.) ;, no. 24.|
|Contributions||Scharf, David N., Canada. Ecosystem Sciences and Evaluation Directorate. Economics and Conservation Branch.|
|LC Classifications||TD226 .T3727 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||92200143|
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