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An Ecological Site Classification for Forestry in Great Britain With Special Reference to Grampian, Scotland

By: D Graham Pyatt(Author), Juan C Suárez(Author)
96 pages, 16 colour illustrations and colour maps, 50 b/w illustrations and b/w maps, 11 tables
An Ecological Site Classification for Forestry in Great Britain
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  • An Ecological Site Classification for Forestry in Great Britain ISBN: 9780855383473 Paperback Dec 1997 In stock
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Recent changes in forest policy reflect the Government's multiple purpose approach to forestry and the desire that the products and benefits of the forest should be sustainable This classification is intended to provide a sound ecological basis for the management of forests for timber production,, wildlife conservation and other benefits. This paper introduces the broad methodology of the classification as it is applicable throughout Great Britain. This is then worked through in more detail for one region, namely Grampian in north-east Scotland.

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By: D Graham Pyatt(Author), Juan C Suárez(Author)
96 pages, 16 colour illustrations and colour maps, 50 b/w illustrations and b/w maps, 11 tables
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