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Author: Kathleen E. Braden,Brenton M. Barr
ISBN: 009182267X
Pages: 252 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (July 28, 1988)
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e-Book The Disappearing Russian Forest: A Dilemma in Soviet Resource Management epub download

by Kathleen E. Braden,Brenton M. Barr



by. Brenton M. Barr (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Barr (Author), Kathleen Braden (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0847674022.

Barr, Brenton M; Braden, Kathleen E. Publication date. Forests and forestry, Forest management, Forest products industry, Forêts, Produits forestiers, Entwaldung, e, Forstwirtschaft, Soviet Union Natural resources: Forests Management, Forests and forestry - Soviet Union, Forest management - Soviet Union, Forest products industry - Soviet Union, Forêts - Urss, Forêts - Gestion - Urss, Produits forestiers - Industrie - Urss, Soviet Union, Sowjetunion. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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The Russian Federation contains approximately 20% of the world's timber resources and more than half of all boreal . Barr, B. M. and Braden, K. 1988, The Disappearing Russian Forest: A Dilemma in Soviet Resource Management, Rowman and Littlefield, Totowa, NJ.

The Russian Federation contains approximately 20% of the world's timber resources and more than half of all boreal forests. These forests play a promin. Google Scholar. Belotelov, N. Bogatyrev, B. Kirilenko, A. Venevsky, S. 1996, ‘Modelling of Time-Dependent Biomes Shifts under Global Climate Changes’, Ecological Modelling, in press.

The disappearing Russian forest by Brenton M. Barr, 1988, Rowman & Littlefield . a dilemma in Soviet resource management.

Are you sure you want to remove The disappearing Russian forest from your list? The disappearing Russian forest. Published 1988 by Rowman & Littlefield, Hutchinson in Totowa, ., London.

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