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Environmental Awareness and Ecodevelopment in India: A Training Programme for Students

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Matthew, K.M. (1969). The exotic flora of Kodaikanal. Rec. Bot. Surv. India, 20(1), pp. 1242.
Matthew, K.M. (1981). Materials for a Flora of the Tamilnadu Carnatic. The Rapinat Herbarium, St Joseph's College, Tiruchirapalli, India: x + 469 pp., illustr.
Matthew, K.M., Blasco, F. & Ignacimuthu, S. (1975). Biological changes at Kodaikanal, 1949–74. Trop. Ecology, 16, pp. 147–62, 7 figs.
Saulière, A. (1914). Plants from the Pulney Hills. St Joseph's Industrial School Press, Trichinopoly (Tiruchirapalli), India: 9 pp.
Ugarte, E. (1963). Museum of the Palnis. Sacred Heart College, Shembaganur, India: 18 pp.
World Conservation Strategy (WCS) (1980). The World Conservation Strategy: Living Resource Conservation for Sustainable Development. (IUCN-UNEP-WWF.) IUCN, Avenue du Mont-Blanc, 1196 Gland, Switzerland: vii + 43 pp. + maps.


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