The latest revised, updated and fully annotated edition of an outstanding directory of names of individuals active in Mexican-U.S. border affairs. The index is organized by affiliation, i.e., government, NGOs, universities, business, etc.
|Other titles||Directorio ambiental fronterizo México-Estados Unidos 1996|
|Statement||Samuel Schmidt, editor ; Gloria P. Macias, managing editor.|
|Contributions||Schmidt, Samuel., Macias, Gloria P.|
|LC Classifications||GE20 .U55 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||389 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||00334685|
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