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Points of departure for silviculture in humid tropical forests

, : Points of departure for silviculture in humid tropical forests. Commonwealth Forestry Review 67(3): 223-230

A discussion relating to forests or deforested areas about which little is known, urging that the forest's reaction to individual silvicultural operations or simple improvement treatments should be tested in order to develop a suitable silvicultural system, rather than apply a 'ready-made' system from elsewhere.


DOI: 10.2307/42606679

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