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The efficient functioning of forests: a current imperative. Trends, methods and means

, : The efficient functioning of forests: a current imperative. Trends, methods and means. Economia Montana Linea Ecologica 21(6): 2-71

A special issue of the journal, comprising 15 papers by 23 authors, mostly given at a meeting held on 27 October 1989 at the Institute of Agricultural and Forest Economics, University of Parma, Italy, under the auspices of Agrifutura Editrice, and several Italian associations or societies.

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