A Plea Of Conservation

A Plea Of Conservation

the U.S. fleet to 0.26 per ton in 1977. This death toll is low enough to permit porpoise populations to increase, and, while the matter may continue to be debated in emo- tional terms, the authors cautiously conclude that porpoise deaths are "perhaps no longer a major ecological problem."
"The Real Meaning of the Energy Crunch" bv Daniel Yerein, in The New

Conservation York ~irnes~a~azine
(~une.4, 1978), 229
W. 43rd St., New York, N.Y. 10036.
A serious real energy crisi...

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