The National Forest Survey of Sweden
Abstract:The Swedish National Forest Survey was described in a note in the March issue of this journal. Since it went to press the present article, by two members of the Survey, was received. It gives a more comprehensive description of the methods used in the Swedish survey and the essential facts, as determined by it, of the timber balance sheet of Sweden. The authors report that the data have already proved to be of incalculable value. Sweden's forest survey is of particular interest to American foresters in view of the huge survey recently begun by the United States Forest Service.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Swedish National Forest Survey
Publication date: April 1, 1931
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