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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Human Ecology, Cook College, Rutgers University. 2: Policy Officer, GB Forestry Commission. 3: Senior Silviculturist, Forest Research, Scotland. 4: OBE BSc(For), MICFor. 5: Hamburg, Germany/Kajang/Malaysia. 6: Programme Manager, Re-establishment Research, Institute for Commercial Forestry Research, South Africa. 7: Hamburg, Germany/Kajang, Malaysia. 8: Manager, Planning, Forestry Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
Publication date: September 1, 2010
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