Clawson is concerned here not so much with what forest policy should be, but more with the criteria by which it should be determined. He lists such questions as how much land to devote to forests, how much timber to harvest and the best means of harvesting it, and the compatibility or incompatibility of forest uses as the issues to be dealt with in formulating forest policy. This book was originally published in 1975.
Professional foresters and other natural resource specialists will find this book to be a valuable reference... The student will find [it] to be interesting, understandable, and challenging. Professors will find that the text provides numerous forest policy examples for discussion.
- Journal of Environmental Quality
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