Biodiversity & Conservation

, Volume 13, Issue 12, pp 2381–2385 | Cite as

Silvicultural intensification for tropical forest conservation: a response to Fredericksen and Putz



Tropical Forest Forest Conservation Tropical Forest Conservation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Forestry Department of CIRADConvênio EMBRAPA-CIRADBelem-PABrazil
  2. 2.Oxford Forestry Institute, Department of Plant SciencesOxford UniversityUK

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