Unasylva - No. 193 - Global fibre supply













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An international journal of the forestry and food industries - Vol. 49 - 1998/2

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

ISSN 0041-6436

Editor: S.A. Dembner
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O. Serrano, P. Vantomme

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Guidelines for authors

Editorial - Global Fibre Supply

P.N. Duinker; S. Nilsson and M.E. Chipeta
Forestry for sustainable development and global fibre supply

G. Bull
FAO's Global Fibre Supply Study: Context, method and modelling the future

R.E. Pulkki
Conventional versus environmentally sound harvesting: Impacts on non-coniferous tropical veneer log and sawlog supplies

W.E. Mabee
The importance of recovered fibres in global fibre supply

D. Pandey and J. Ball
The role of industrial plantations in future global fibre supplies

H. Pande
Non-wood fibre and global fibre supply

L.A. Horta Nogueira, M.A. Trossero, L. Couto and L.C. Couto
Wood fuels for household consumption and industrial energy in relation to global fibre supplies

FAO forestry

World of forestry

Books

Forest harvesting in the Republic of the Congo
Results of environmentally sound forest harvesting use in the Amazon region
Plantations: Pure or mixed?
Non-wood products: Sources of income in upland regions
Forest valuation: Combating deforestation and forest degradation

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