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Population growth

anthropological implications

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Population growth

anthropological implications

First published in 1972



Population growth

anthropological implications

This edition was published in by MIT Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [375]-413.
"Proceedings of a colloquium in general anthropology entitled 'Population, resources, and technology,' held at the University of Pennsylvania, March 11-14, 1970, under the combined auspices of the Near East Center, the University Museum, and the Department of Anthropology of the University of Pennsylvania, in association with the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Incorporated."

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Dewey Decimal Class
301.32
Library of Congress
HB849 .P67

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xxvii, 425 p.
Number of pages
425

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OL5285372M
Internet Archive
Population_00_Spoo
ISBN 10
0262191024
LC Control Number
72004209
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2639333

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