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Using the Zope Web application framework to build and manage a large encyclopedia of scientific knowledgeAuthor(s): John Jordin; William Hubbard; Deborah Kennard; William Milnor; Michael Rauscher; Bryan Veal
Source: Natural resources information management forum: Putting knowledge to work. T. lnnes (editor). FORREX-Forest Research Extension Partnership, Kamloops, B.C. FORREX Series No. 8. pp. 135-145.
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DescriptionMany social and economic institutions in the Southern Appalachians depend on the various benefits provided by its forests, such as abundant, high-quality timber; plentiful and diverse fish and wildlife; extensive recreational opportunities; and, a variety of nontimber forest products. These benefits take on added value because of their proximity to human population centres and the strong social and cultural heritage of rural and indigenous populations. This region is experiencing increasing pressure to provide this wide diversity of resource values to millions of people. The result of this work can be seen at the Forest Encyclopedia website.
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CitationJordin, John, Jr.; Hubbard, William; Kennard, Deborah; Milnor, William; Rauscher, Michael; Veal, Bryan. 2003. Using the Zope Web application framework to build and manage a large encyclopedia of scientific knowledge. Natural resources information management forum: Putting knowledge to work. T. lnnes (editor). FORREX-Forest Research Extension Partnership, Kamloops, B.C. FORREX Series No. 8. pp. 135-145.
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