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Published by UNITAR in New York .
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Statementeditor: Joseph Barnea. Special issue on the conference on small energy resources.
SeriesImportant for the future -- vol.6, no.2-3
ContributionsBarnea, Joseph., UNITAR.
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Open LibraryOL21713696M

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