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Forestry in Japan has similarities to PNWAuthor(s): Robert L. Deal
Source: Western Forester. 14(6): 14-15
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionDifferent land use pressures in Japan are similar to urban/rural conflicts in the United States, and forestry issues in Japan have similarities with forest management here in the Pacific Northwest.
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CitationDeal, Robert L. 2009. Forestry in Japan has similarities to PNW. Western Forester. 14(6): 14-15.
KeywordsJapan, forest management, international forestry
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