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PC-assisted management as a controlling tool

AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 50(20): 1076-1077
PC-assisted management as a controlling tool
The main features and advantages of MODFOCS 2.0 (Modular Forestry Controlling System for Windows) are described.

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