In Defense of "Selective Cutting"
Abstract:The author presents a vigorous defense of "selective cutting" as a useful lay term that has come to mean simply the conservative harvesting of forest products. He urges that the term be included in the next edition of Forestry Terminology, and suggests a definition that might be used for this purpose.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Assistant State Forester, in charge of management, State Commission of Forestry, Columbia, South Carolina
Publication date: September 1, 1945
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