By: WS Alverson, DM Waller and W Kuhlmann
300 pages, Figs
Coherent review of the scientific and policy issues surrounding biological diversity in the context of contemporary public forest management. The authors examine past and current practices of forest management and provide a comprehensive overview of known and suspected threats to diversity. Focuses very much on the situation in the United States.
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