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Ethics of resource utilization

, : Ethics of resource utilization. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 143(11): 875-916

A collection of 5 papers presented at a seminar held at Schloss Lenzburg, Switzerland on 12-13 May 1992 on the ethics of resource utilization, covering the ethical, ecological and economic aspects of the utilization of forest resources.

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