By: John Wardle
447 pages, B/w photos
Provides information on most aspects of the ecology, utilization and management of the beech forests. The taxonomic characteristics and history of nothofagus are covered, along with the distribution and composition of the beech forests throughout New Zealand. An analysis of the physical and biotic factors affecting the beech forest ecosystem follows, and research on the life history of the beeches is presented. The utilization and management of the forests are then discussed against this ecological background. The scope of the book should make it a useful reference for scientists, foresters and students.
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