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Random entry forestry: timber management in a time of species conservationAuthor(s): K.S. McKelvey; R.H. Lamberson
Source: Natural Resource Modeling 8(1):81-93
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationMcKelvey, K.S.; Lamberson, R.H. 1994. Random entry forestry: timber management in a time of species conservation. Natural Resource Modeling 8(1):81-93
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