Global Forests: Issues for Six Billion People

By: Laarman, Jan G. & Roger A. Sedjo

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No signatures. No tears to the dust wrapper.; xxviii, [2], 337 pages. Illustrated. Intended for use as a text in International Forestry and for reference purposes for students of forestry, range management, and other fields of natural-resource management. This book explains cross country patterns of international trade in forest products, evaluates issues linking forests to the biosphere, and the management of forests and wildlands in the global context. The book contains a wealth of information about world forests and their use by people, and places unique emphasis on "forests and development" as a central theme. It provides extensive reference to guide further study and provide instructor's with additional reading material. Table of ContentsThinking about one-world forests; global forest cover and trends; forest and development - introduction and overview; forests and development; international trade of forest products; farm and community forestry; forests and global environment; international cooperation; progress through learning.; 8vo

Title: Global Forests: Issues for Six Billion People

Author Name: Laarman, Jan G. & Roger A. Sedjo

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill: (1992)

ISBN Number: 0070357021

ISBN Number 13: 9780070357020

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 14955