Symposium on Energy and Human Health

human costs of electric power generation
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Energy development -- Health aspects -- Congresses., Electric power production -- Health aspects -- Congre
Statementsponsored by Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh and Ohio River Basin Energy Study, March 19-21, 1979, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
ContributionsUniversity of Pittsburgh. Graduate School of Public Health., Ohio River Basin Energy Study.
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LC ClassificationsRA568.5 .S95 1979
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