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eBook A Guide to species selection for tropical and sub-tropical plantations (Tropical forestry papers) download ISBN: 0850740681
Author: Derek B. Webb
Publisher: Unit of Tropical Silviculture, Commonwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford; 2nd edition (1984)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Sub-Tropical Plantations

A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Sub-Tropical Plantations. Climatic requirements of tropical and subtropical conifers. The analyses focus on major forces interacting at the earth's surface, such as the interface of agricultural and urban land, agriculture and forestry, and other pertinent topics dealing with environmental policy and management.

A Guide to Species Selection for Tropical and Sub-Tropical Plantations. Rattan cane is a kind of plant resource with multipurpose utilization in the tropics and South Asian tropical forests. It is an important forest product second only to wood and bamboo, and with important economic values. The objective of this paper is to investigate the characteristics of vascular. and fiber in Plectocomia himalayana. The microscopic observations and analysis are made to investigate the morphological characteristics of its vascular bundles and fiber.

Tropical Forestry Paper (2nd e. Oxford: University of Oxford. Correlation of Seismic P-Wave Velocities with Engineering Parameters (N Value and Rock Quality) for Tropical Environmental Study.

Tropical Forestry Paper (2nd e. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Using Biophysical Variables and Stand Density to Estimate Growth and Yield of Pinus patula in Antioquia, Colombia. AUTHORS: Héctor I. Restrepo, Sergio A. Orrego, Juan C. Salazar-Uribe, Bronson P. Bullock, Cristian R. Montes. Andy A. Bery, Rosli Saad. 34075 10 051 Downloads 14 724 Views Citations.

Commercial forest plantations are an alternative for reducing the pressure on natural forests and creating options for sustainable and diversified development, changing the land use from fragmented agricultur and livestock purposes to forestry

Commercial forest plantations are an alternative for reducing the pressure on natural forests and creating options for sustainable and diversified development, changing the land use from fragmented agricultur and livestock purposes to forestry. The object of this study was to determine potential areas for the establishment of commercial forest plantations of Tabebuia rosea (Bertol. DC. in the state of Michoacan, Mexico, by using geographic information systems

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