Includes chaptersin French.
|Statement||XXIII International Geographical Congress, Moscow 1976 / (editors of the volumeV.P. Maksakovsky, L.S. Abramov) = Enseignement géographique, publications géographiques et diffusion des connaissances géographiques / XXIII Congres international de géographie, Moscou 1976 / (editeurs du volume V.P. Maksakovsky, L.S. Abramov) = Geograficheskoe obrazovanie, geograficheskaıa literatura i rasprostranenie geograficheskikh znaniĭ / XXIII Mezhdunarodnaıa geografiıa Kongress, Moskva 1976 / (redaktory toma V.P. Maksakovskiĭ, L.S. Abramov).|
|Series||International geography "76 -- section 10 = -- Géographie internationale "76 = -- Mezhdunarodnaıa geografiıa "76, International geography "76 -- section 10.|
|Contributions||Maksakovskiĭ, V. P., Abramov, L. S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||151|
|ISBN 10||0080231500, 0080231543|
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