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Forests – an integrated part of Finnish life (Download- 298 KB)
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How young people see forests in Mexico: a comparison of two rural communities (Download- 213 KB)
Perceptions of forest cover and tree planting and ownership in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia
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British people think their woodlands are shrinking
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Aesthetic values of forests: measuring the visual impact of forestry operations
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Children’s perceptions of forests (Download- 1.440 KB)
Forest and tree symbolism in folklore (Download- 213 KB)
Mbuti arts and traditions – a culture derived from the forest
Trees, forests, beliefs and religions in Sahelian West Africa
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Trees in the Koran and the Bible (Download- 180 KB)
Tree formations around places of worship in the Near East
Saving the cedar of Lebanon, Cedrus libani – a cultural emblem
P.S. Swamy, M. Kumar and S.M. Sundarapandian
Spirituality and ecology of sacred groves in Tamil Nadu, India (Download- 222 KB)
Sacred groves in Europe
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