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A little known national heritage: cloud forests, or subtropical mountain forests

, : A little known national heritage: cloud forests, or subtropical mountain forests. Tropicultura 12(2): 68-74

Details are given of the 'Bosques Nativos' project in Ecuador, which, since 1989, has been identifying and inventorying natural forests in the Andean region, and experimentally evaluating sustainable and balanced forest management methods. Forest inventory, on 1-ha sample plots in three areas of S.

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