Forest Entomology in Chile: An Example of U.S.-Chilean Cooperation
Abstract:Extensive acreages of cutover lands in Chile have been reforested with introduced tree species, principally Monterey pine, Pinus radiata D. Don. In 1967 personnel from the Chilean forestry agency started a forest entomology program with the aid of the U.S. Peace Corps. This paper describes how forest entomology in Chile has progressed since then to become a recognized discipline.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle
Publication date: 1973-03-01
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