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Rehabilitation of degraded forest lands in the tropics - technical approach

, : Rehabilitation of degraded forest lands in the tropics - technical approach. JIRCAS International Symposium Series ( 1): vi + 180 pp.

Two papers given at the plenary session and eighteen technical reports are presented, from the Proceedings of the 26th International Symposium on Tropical Agriculture Research, held at Tsukuba, Japan, 16-17 September 1992. The plenary papers outline the FAO Forest Resources Assessment of 1990 (Kashio, M.), and the policies of the ITTO (International Tropical Timber Organization) regarding rehabilitation and degradation (Ze Meka, E.).

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