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    Higher Education,NSDL,Environmental Science,Undergraduate (Lower Division),Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20100502195430071T,Social Sciences,Vocational/Professional Development Education,Geoscience,NSDL_SetSpec_380601

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