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Animal Orientation and NavigationProceedings of conference on animal orientation and navigation capabilities
Document ID
19720017412
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Authors
Galler, S. R. (NASA Headquarters Washington, DC United States)
Schmidt-Koenig, K. (NASA Headquarters Washington, DC United States)
Jacobs, G. J. (NASA Headquarters Washington, DC United States)
Belleville, R. E. (NASA Headquarters Washington, DC United States)
Date Acquired
September 2, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1972
Subject Category
BIOSCIENCES
Report/Patent Number
NASA-SP-262
LC-75-611767
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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