Silviculture's Role in Managing Boreal Forests

Boreal forests, which are often undeveloped, are a major source of raw materials for many countries. They are circumpolar in extent and occupy a belt to a width of 1000 km in certain regions. Various conifer and hardwood species ranging from true firs to poplars grow in boreal forests. These species...

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Main Authors: Russell T. Graham, Theresa B. Jain
Format: Article
Published: Resilience Alliance 1998-12-01
Series:Ecology and Society
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