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Catalyzing native forest regeneration on degraded tropical lands.Author(s): J. A. Parrotta; J. W. Turnbull; N. Jones
Source: Forest Ecology and Management. 99(1-2) :1-7
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationParrotta, J. A.; Turnbull, J. W., and Jones, N. 1997. Catalyzing native forest regeneration on degraded tropical lands. Forest Ecology and Management. 99(1-2) :1-7
KeywordsBiodiversity, Forest Restoration, plantation, rehabilitation, silviculture, succesion
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