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Edited By: Klaus von Gadow, Timo Pukkala and Margarida Tome
356 pages, Figs, tabs
Presents contributions presented by 9 leading authors from North America, Europe, Australia, and Southern Africa, covering ecological, socio-political, and timber supply issues.
Foreword. Ecosystem perspectives. Ecological and landscape considerations in forest management -- the end of forestry? R. Schlaepfer, C. Elliott. Sustainability in Forestry: Theory and a historical case study; M. Hauhs, H. Lange. Sustained water yield in afforested catchments the South African experience; P.J. Dye, J.M. Bosch. Social and political perspectives. A workers' view on sustainable forestry; J. Bowling. Making Rio work -- The vision of sustainable development and its implementation through forest certification; D. Burger. Perceived images of various actors engaged in sustainability discussions; G. Hutte. Timber supply and forest management. Regulation of timber yield for sustainable management of industrial forest plantations -- theory and practice; J.P. Roise, et al. Theory and Practice of Yield Regulation Systems for Sustainable Management of Tropical and Subtropical Moist Natural Forests; A.H.W. Seydack. Scenario Planning for Sustainable Forest Management; K. v. Gadow, J. Puumalainen.
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