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Forestland values.Author(s): John H. Beuter; Ralph J. Alig
Source: Journal of Forestry,. 102(8): 4-8
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThis issue of the journal of Forestry is devoted to articles about forestland values. Viewed broadly, natural resources and humans are our two basic resources. An expression of the importance of land as a foundation for forest ecosystems is forestland value. Our attitudes about land and the forest ecosystems that they support have changed considerably in recent years. In earlier decades, forestland value as expressed by markets was mainly a private land issue, driven by the value of standing timber and the bare land's capability to produce subsequent crops of timber.
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CitationBeuter, John H.; Alig, Ralph J. 2004. Forestland values. Journal of Forestry,. 102(8): 4-8
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