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by Walter Cressler Robert Giegengack, Peter Bloch, and Joanne Piesieski

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Title:[Article] An Educational Strategy to Reduce Exposure of Urban Children to Environmental Lead: ENVS 404 at the University of Pennsylvania
Authors:Walter Cressler Robert Giegengack, Peter Bloch, and Joanne Piesieski
Info:Acting locally : concepts and models for service-learning in environmental studies
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[Article] An Educational Strategy to Reduce Exposure of Urban Children to Environmental Lead: ENVS 404 at the University of Pennsylvania by Peter Bloch Walter Cressler Robert Giegengack, and Joanne Piesieski

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