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Economic imperatives and ecological desires, and their consequences for forestry and the wood industry



Economic imperatives and ecological desires, and their consequences for forestry and the wood industry



Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 27(3): 104-108



A discussion of the need to develop an appropriate compromise between economics and ecology in the forest sector in the changed circumstances of former E.

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