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How can ergonomic research improve the working conditions of forest workers?

How can ergonomic research improve the working conditions of forest workers?

Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (18): 447-449

A succinct, comprehensive review of results of research conducted by workers based in western Bohemia Ergonomic aspects are considered for felling, conversion, afforestation, and nursery practice.

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