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Characteristics, enactment, and structural effectiveness of South Carolina's forest policy

, : Characteristics, enactment, and structural effectiveness of South Carolina's forest policy. Technical Paper, Department of Forestry, Clemson University (12): ii + 23

The current policies regulating forest management are summarized from the Code of Laws of South Carolina. Natural resource and forestry legislation enactment in 1950-75 is analysed, and trends are found to have paralleled population and per capita income growth, as well as increases in the area and vol. stock of commercial forest.

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