Integrating Forestry and Game Management in Erosion Control
Abstract:Mr. Holt has stated a first principle in the subject of integrating forestry and game management or other uses when he stresses the importance of scientists in different fields getting together and working together and in this way developing an appreciation each of the other's problem. Integration implies team work, as he suggests. Given that, with thought to ways and means of accomplishing the principal objective, for instance prevention of soil erosion by making provision for food and wild life cover, we more or less automatically arrive at co[odiaeresis]rdinate or related objectives.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Conservation Biologist, Soil Erosion Service
Publication date: 1934-12-01
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