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Recreation attitudes as related to forest and recreation management policies on small forest ownerships in East Texas



Recreation attitudes as related to forest and recreation management policies on small forest ownerships in East Texas



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(11): 5086-5087



Answers to a questionnaire by 240 landowners in the E.

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