La Pollution de l' air des villes, 1973-1980 / rédigé en coopération avec le Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre, Chelsea College, University of London, Londres, Angleterre
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Global Environment Monitoring System & International Council of Scientific Unions. Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre. (1985). La Pollution de l' air des villes, 1973-1980 / rédigé en coopération avec le Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre, Chelsea College, University of London, Londres, Angleterre. Genève : Organisation mondiale de la Santé. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/38970
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