Bringing home the rainforest

March 1996
Ecos;Autumn96, Issue 87, p3
Presents `The Dynamic Rainforest' as the CD-ROM developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) Publishing. Content description; Special features; Address of CSIRO Publishing's Cyberscience World Wide Web site; Cost; Contact information.


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