With most of us knowledge of South American forest conditions and their possibilities is vague and superficial. Discussion, which wells up now and then, pro and con the availability from that Continent of hardwood supplies for our North American markets has little reliable data for a basis. Mr. Cox's brief account of what he found in Brazil during his two years' so-journ should therefore be more than helpful.
Document Type: Journal Article
Organizer of the Brazilian Forest Service
Publication date: January 1, 1934
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