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Forests, Societies and Environments in North America and Europe

  • Gerardo Mery
  • Susanna Laaksonen-Craig
  • Jussi Uusivuori
Part of the World Forests book series (WFSE, volume 1)

Abstract

In this article Europe includes the Baltic republics but excludes the rest of the former Soviet Union countries. North America consists of Canada and the United States of America.

Keywords

European Union North America Forest Management Conflict Management Common Currency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gerardo Mery
  • Susanna Laaksonen-Craig
  • Jussi Uusivuori

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