Edited By: RB Primack and TE Lovejoy
304 pages, 8 col plates, 76 b/w illus
The essays in this book provide an overview of the particular problems facing these forests today. They examine the area's thriving timber industry, the plant and animal communities, and the issues of policy and management. The authors emphasise the need for immediate solutions to the conflicts, noting that Southeast Asian forests are crucial not only for the economic and social development of specific countries but also because of their role in global climate change.
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