Pryde, Philip R. 1995, Environmental resources and constraints in the .
For its concise overview of the geographic environment in the post-Soviet republics, this book will be valued as a guide and reference by scholars, students, and professionals. 1. The Environmental Implications of Republic Sovereignty, Philip R. Pryde.
Natural Resources and Constraints to Development There are 81 species of mammals in Tajikistan, including unique animals such as the. Tibetan wolf, Eurasian otter, stone marten, lynx, jungle cat, snow leopard, Bokharan deer, Asiatic sheep, Argali sheep, Siberian ibex, and many small rodent species, such as Turkestan rat, jerboa, pika, and the Pamir vole (Mamadjonova, 1968).
Home Browse Books Book details, Environmental Resources and Constraints in the. Environmental Resources and Constraints in the Former Soviet Republics. A more specifically geographic approach that highlights the particular situation in each republic and region is offered by Philip R. Pryde's new work, Environmental Resources and Constraints in the Former Soviet Republics.
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A guide to the environmental resources of each of the former Soviet republics. Focusing broadly on environmental systems, infrastructures and problems, the book also surveys each republic's physical geography, ethnography, resources, history, economic bases and future. Philip R. Pryde is professor of geography at San Diego State University.
Environmental Resources and Constraints in the Former Soviet Republics. Many rivers in the Urals contained the amounts of oil, ammonia, zinc, chromium, phenols, and other chemicals that significantly exceeded the permissible state limits (Gramolin & Yevseev, 1996; Pryde, 1995).
Environmental policy - Former Soviet republics, Former Soviet republics - Environmental conditions. Pryde, Philip R. Bookplateleaf. Boulder : Westview Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
Author(s) Bio. "Philip R. He has written on environmental problems in the Soviet Union for the past twenty-five years and is author of Conservation in the Suoiet Union and Environmental Management in the Suoiet Union. Recommend to Librarian.
A guide to the environmental resources of each of the former Soviet republics
A guide to the environmental resources of each of the former Soviet republics.
Philip Rust Pryde, American geography educator. Fulbright fellow, 1995. Nonconventional Energy Resources (Environmental Science and Technology Series). John Wiley & Sons 1983). Board directors San Dieguito River Valley Regional Park, since 1989, San Diego County Water Authority, 1985-1991. With United States Army, 1960-1963. Member National Council for Geography Education (board directors 1998-2001, Distinguished Teaching award 1995).
Author: Philip Pryde
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 2, 1995)
Pages: 366 pages
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