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Juniper forests - a special challenge for sustainable forestry



Juniper forests - a special challenge for sustainable forestry



Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 12(3): 195-207



The genus Juniperus consists of 54 species distributed throughout the northern hemisphere and one African species extending its range deep into the southern hemisphere. Members of this genus range from prostrate shrubs to tall forest trees and produce many products of value to human societies. Many junipers are xerophytes and grow in arid and semi-arid climates unsuitable for establishment and growth of other trees.

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