A Forester's Observations in Mindoro
Abstract:Forestry in well-populated tropical regions presents a baffiling array of problems involving diversity of species, conflicting land use, and primitive exploitation. Mindoro is no exception in these respects. With the aid of the Mindoro Provincial Forest Ranger, Mr. Leonardo Granada, the author studied Mindoro forestry. His observations are of interest first because of the contrast with temperate zone forests and methods, and second, because of the similarity of many economic and social problems throughout all forest regions where forestry is poorly developed.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Major, CAC. U. S. Army, Junior Member S.A.F.
Publication date: 1947-01-01
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