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Caring for young forestsAuthor(s): W. Keith Moser
Source: Journal of Forestry. 110(4): 227-228. [Book review].
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionSustaining Young Forest Communities is a good compilation of knowledge about an important forest ecosystem and belongs on the bookshelf of every natural resource practitioner tasked with managing this important resource. One of the principal benefits for anyone who reads this book is that it provides both a broad overview and a reference source for the various disciplines, particularly for those with which the reader is not familiar, allowing one to gain understanding of the opportunities and issues.
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CitationMoser, W. Keith. 2012. Caring for young forests. Journal of Forestry. 110(4): 227-228. [Book review].
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