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Eucalyptus in Morocco: the danger and the necessity

, : Eucalyptus in Morocco: the danger and the necessity. Informations Foret, Afocel Armef ( 1): 57-64

A brief account of reforestation in Morocco, where about 250 000 ha of Eucalyptus spp. have been planted since the species was introduced at the beginning of the century.

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