Unasylva - Vol. 7, No. 4

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December, 1953

An International Review of Forestry and Forest Products

FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Table of Contents

Research by the U. S. forest service

Saleh-Ud-Din Ahmad, Deputy Conservator of Forests, Punjab, Pakistan
Soil conservation - A plea for international action

Erwin Schmidt, Vice-President, Zellstoffabrik Waldhof, Wiesbaden
Food and feed yeast in Germany

A. Koroleff, Director, Research Division, Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada, Montreal
Research to increase logging efficiency

A. H. Lloyd, Imperial Forestry Institute, Oxford, England
Extraction of timber by Skyline Crane

A report submitted to FAO by the Government of the Union of South Africa
Forest policy in South Africa

René Karschon, Research Institute of the Forest Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Israel
Forestry in Israel

A. L. Griffith, Silviculturist, East African Agriculture and Forestry Organisation, Kenya
Forest research in East Africa

Commodity report - Pulpwood and pitprop supplies

North America
Other regions

The work of FAO

European Forestry Commission and ECE Timber Committee

Joint meeting
European Forestry Commission
ECE timber committee

Possible raw materials for pulp in Indonesia
Technical panel on wood chemistry
International chestnut commission

Equipment news

News of the world

Fundamental science
Logging and engineering
Forest injuries and protection
Forest management
Industry and trade
Forest products and their utilization
Forest policy

Selected reviews

Recent FAO forestry studies

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