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Aerial photograph interpretation of Melak WPP XVII SKP A screening (phase II) studies of transmigration settlement development in East Kalimantan

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Published by Clyde Surveys Limited in association with Tri Tunggal in [Samarinda] .
Written in English



  • Indonesia,
  • Kalimantan Timur.


  • Rural development -- Indonesia -- Kalimantan Timur.,
  • Land use, Rural -- Indonesia -- Kalimantan Timur.

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Statement[authorized by] Government of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Public Works, Directorate General Cipta Karya, Directorate of City and Regional Planning ; [prepared by] Clyde Surveys Limited in associaten with Tri Tunggal.
ContributionsIndonesia. Direktorat Tata Kota dan Tata Daerah., Clyde Surveys Limited., Tri Tunggal (Organization)
LC ClassificationsHN710.K34 A36 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination7 leaves, [1] folded leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2516835M
LC Control Number87940635

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