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Creating a Forest / Creando un Bosque Trees for biological corridors in the Golfo Dulce region, Costa Rica / Árboles para corredores biológicos en la región de Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica

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By: Marianela Barquero Palma(Author), Eduardo Chacón Madrigal(Author), Werner Huber(Author), Daniel Jenking Aguilera(Author), Marian Lechner(Author), Wolfgang Wanek(Author), Anton Weber(Author), Anton Weissenhofer(Author)
138 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Creating a Forest / Creando un Bosque
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

The creation of biological corridors is a major conservation and restoration effort of the Tropical research station La Gamba. The aim of this booklet was to compile the wealth of experience on useful timber trees of the Golfito region that we have gained during our refoestation projects over the past years. Information on seedling material, cultivation, maintenance and usage of selected species is provided. A quick guide aims to help set up and run your own tree nursery and photo plates help to identify the species in the field. We hope that this booklet will be a source of information for those who love the te tropics and its tree flora.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Marianela Barquero Palma(Author), Eduardo Chacón Madrigal(Author), Werner Huber(Author), Daniel Jenking Aguilera(Author), Marian Lechner(Author), Wolfgang Wanek(Author), Anton Weber(Author), Anton Weissenhofer(Author)
138 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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