A Proposed Study of Timber and Wildlife Production in Central New England
Abstract:Of all combinations of land-use, few fit so many conditions as timber and wildlife production. The demand for both is widespread and, interpreted in a literal sense, both are vital to perhaps a larger proportion of people than any other two forest products. That this demand in some form or another is likely to increase is inevitable and when it does the need of combined management of both resources will be justified more than ever before. Massachusetts State College, along with a considerable number of other research institutions has undertaken a long time study of this problem. The following paper describes not so much what has been accomplished in this study but rather what is proposed to be done.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Massachusetts State College
Publication date: 1937-12-01
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