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Globalization of Forests, Societies and Environments

  • Matti Palo
  • Jussi Uusivuori
Part of the World Forests book series (WFSE, volume 1)

Abstract

This book addresses current global and regional issues concerning world forests, societies and environments. The independent and non-governmental point of view of the book is a response to increased demand for global research-based forestry information in an easily readable form.

Keywords

Forest Resource Sustainable Forest Management Forest Industry Forest Sector Crown Cover 
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  • Jussi Uusivuori

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