2 edition of On using social geography concepts and approaches in the study of industrial location found in the catalog.
On using social geography concepts and approaches in the study of industrial location
by Department of Geography, University of Southampton in Southampton
Written in English
|Statement||Brian Chalkley and Martin Perry.|
|Series||Discussion papers / Department of Geography, University of Southampton -- no.14|
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