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The effects of large-diameter underground crude-oil pipelines on land use with emphasis on the proposed Northern Tier pipeline in Montana by Dave Janis

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Published by Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation, Energy Division in Helena, Mont .
Written in English


  • Land use,
  • Petroleum pipelines,
  • Design and construction

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Edition Notes

Statementby Dave Janis ; with Bret Brunner, consultant ; Kathy Hanson, editor
SeriesNorthern Tier report -- no. 5
ContributionsHanson, Kathy, Brunner, Bret
LC ClassificationsTJ163.25.U6 M653 1979, no. 5, TN879.5 M653 1979, no. 5
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 35 pages ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25931257M

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