Soils of Co. Carlow
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Soils of Co. Carlow by M. J. Conry

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Published by Foras Talúntais in Dublin .
Written in English

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Two folded maps in pocket.

Statementby M. J. Conry and Pierce Ryan ; National Soil Survey of Ireland, an ForasTalúntais.
SeriesSoil survey bulletin -- no. 17, Soil survey bulletin (Foras Talúntais) -- no. 17.
ContributionsRyan, Pierce., National Soil Survey of Ireland.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17388763M
ISBN 100901317004

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