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|Statement||International Geographical Union Working Group on Industrial Geography, Symposium on the Organization of Spatial Industrial Systems ; edited by F.E. Ian Hamilton.|
|Contributions||Hamilton, F. E. Ian., International Geographical Union. Working Group on Industrial Geography., International Geographical Congress.|
|LC Classifications||HD58 .S9 1976|
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|Pagination||3 v. :|
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