Edited By: WL Adamowicz, PC Boxall, MK Luckert, WE Phillips and W White
275 pages, Figs, tabs
Global interest in forest conservation, biodiversity preservation, and non-timber values has risen while pressures on the forest as a source of income and employment have also increased. These demands are often conflicting, making forest planning, allocation and policy formation very complex. This volume explores theoretical and applied issues surrounding forest resource allocation.
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