Asian and Pacific Forestry
Abstract:Many foresters who have been stationed before, during, or after the War in Asia and the Pacific, or who may be assigned there under the proposed Technical Assistance Program of the United Nations, will be interested in the summary and thumb-nail sketches of conditions presented here. Those who wish more detailed information will wish to consult the publications of F.A.O.'s Division of Forestry and Forest Products, including Unasylva, and the references given at the end of this article.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Chief, Forestry and Forest Products Working Group, F.A.O. Regional Office, Asia and the Far East, Bangkok
Publication date: July 1, 1950
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