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Assessing sustainability using data from the Forest Inventory and Analysis Program of the United States Forest ServiceAuthor(s): Ronald E. McRoberts; William H. McWilliams; Gregory A. Reams; Thomas L. Schmidt; Jennifer C. Jenkins; Katherine P. O'Neill; Patrick D. Miles; Gary J. Brand
Source: Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18(1): 23-46
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionForest sustainability has emerged as a crucial component of all current issues related to forest management. The seven Montreal Process Criteria are well accepted as categories of processes for evaluating forest management with respect to sustainability, and data collected.
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CitationMcRoberts, Ronald E.; McWilliams, William H.; Reams, Gregory A.; Schmidt, Thomas L.; Jenkins, Jennifer C.; O''Neill, Katherine P.; Miles, Patrick D.; Brand, Gary J. 2004. Assessing sustainability using data from the Forest Inventory and Analysis Program of the United States Forest Service. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18(1): 23-46
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