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The economy and the business of marine recreation

The economy and the business of marine recreation

a report on the fourth Marine Recreation Conference

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Published by Marine Advisory Service, University of Rhode Island in Narrangansett (R.I.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditor, Bruce J. Cole.
ContributionsCole, Bruce J., University of Rhode Island. Marine Advisory Service., Marine Recreation Conference, (4th : 1975 : University of Rhode Island)
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Open LibraryOL22704309M

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