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Integrating biological diversity and resource management: an essential approach to productive, sustainable ecosystemsAuthor(s): John R. Probst; Thomas R. Crow
Source: Journal of Forestry. 89(2): 12-17.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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CitationProbst, John R.; Crow, Thomas R. 1991. Integrating biological diversity and resource management: an essential approach to productive, sustainable ecosystems. Journal of Forestry. 89(2): 12-17.
- Global timber investments, wood costs, regulation, and risk
- Criterion III: Maintenance of rangeland productive capacity [Chapter 4]
- Mass erosion and forest management
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