Rural-urban land use equilibrium



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  • Land use, Urban -- Israel.,
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Bibliography: p. 239-247.

StatementMinistry of Agriculture, Rural Planning and Development Authority, Tel-Aviv University, Department of Geography [and] Land Use Research Institute ; [prepared by] S. Pohoryles ... [et al.].
ContributionsPohoryles, Samuel., Merkaz le-tikhnun u-fituaḥ ḥaḳlaʼi ṿe-hityashvuti (Israel), Universiṭat Tel-Aviv. Ḥug le-geʼografyah., Makhon le-ḥeḳer shimushe ḳarḳaʻ (Israel)
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LC ClassificationsHD850.Z63 R87 1979
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Paginationii, 2, 247 p. :
Number of Pages247
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Open LibraryOL3885763M
LC Control Number81213853

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Rural-urban land use equilibrium. Tel Aviv: The Authority, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Pohoryles; Merkaz le-tikhnun u-fituaḥ ḥaḳlaʼi ṿe-hityashvuti (Israel); Universiṭat Tel-Aviv.

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