World Forestry: Forestry in Brazil: An Awakening Giant
Abstract:Brazil has cleared much of its natural forest except in the Amazon Basin, but it has partially compensated by establishing large plantations of conifers and fast-growing eucalypts. To ensure adequate future timber for both domestic use and planned export, it must develop the Amazon forest further and establish additional plantations mainly in the central and eastern regions. The government seems to be moving in these directions, and is establishing forest research program and improving the nation's forestry schools.
Document Type: Miscellaneous
Affiliations: Professor, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, East Lansing
Publication date: 1978-12-01
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