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Environmental profile of Liberia, Phase I


, : Environmental profile of Liberia, Phase I. AID Research and Development Abstracts 9(2): p.29-30

The report is a preliminary review of information available in the USA on Liberia's environment and natural resources. Topics covered include the nation's physical, demographic, and social and economic characteristics; renewable resources; non-renewable resources; parks, reserves, and other protected areas; and environmental problems. Increasing pressures are being placed on Liberia's renewable resource base.

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