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Managing Forest Ecosystems

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Managing Forest Ecosystems

Volume:  35
By: Felipe Bravo(Editor), Valerie LeMay(Editor)

£135.00
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The aim of the book series Managing Forest Ecosystems is to present state-of-the-art research results relating to the practice of forest management. Contributions are solicited from prominent authors. Each reference book, monograph or proceedings volume will be focused to deal with a specific context. Typical issues of the series are: resource assessment techniques, evaluating sustainability for even-aged and uneven-aged forests, multi-objective management, predicting forest development, optimizing forest management, biodiversity management and monitoring, risk assessment and economic analysis.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

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