By: Andrew Grieser Johns
225 pages, 23 line illus, 41 tabs
Although often poorly managed production forests have the potential to support a high percentage of natural forest biodiversity, and thus a vital role to play in conservation strategies. This book attempts to bridge the gap between conservation requirements and commercial interests, indicating the possibilities for the integrated management of these forests.
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