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Valuing mediterranean forests: towards total economic value: 177-193


This paper provides information on the different benefits from Syrian forests, estimate based on the total economic value framework, which are described in terms of: forest resources (area, typologies and functions); institutional aspects (ownership and size of properties, administration, and impact of past policies on forestry); and the contribution of the forest to the national economy (gross domestic product and employment, international trade and other forest-based industries).

Accession: 004339614

DOI: 10.1080/04597237408460322

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