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Introduction to forest science


, : Introduction to forest science. Introduction to forest science (Ed. 2): xviii + 586 pp.

The textbook, which is intended to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to important aspects of forestry, includes 25 chapters by various authors. There are 4 parts, each with its own introduction. Part 1, Introduction (2 chapters on American forest policy and forest regions of N.

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