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Gap analysis for forest productivity research investmentsAuthor(s): E.D. Vance
Source: Journal of Forestry 108:161-162
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe US forest sector is in the midst of an era of transition and opportunity. Expectations that forests are managed to sustain wildlife, water, soil, and other environmental values are increasing as are certification systems and state and national initiatives designed to insure those expectations are met.
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CitationVance, E.D. 2010. Gap analysis for forest productivity research investments. Journal of Forestry 108:161-162.
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