Table of Contents
Vol. 18 (1)
An International Review of Forestry an Forest Products
FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations was founded at Quebec, Canada, in October 1945 when its member nations agreed to work together to secure a lasting peace through freedom from want. The membership of FAO now stands at 110 nations.
Forestry and Forest Products Division
Director: N. A. OSARA
Deputy Director: J. C. WESTOBY
Assistant to Director: L. J. VERNELL
Chiefs of Branches:
R. G. FONTAINE
Unasylva - Started in 1947 by MARCEL LELOUP, first Director of the Forestry and Forest Products Division, this quarterly publication is intended to cover a range of interests as wide as that of the Division whose work it mirrors. Signed articles express the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Organization.
Cover photograph. Pine logs (Pinus brutia) are taken out by lighter to a ship lying off the harbor of Antalya in southern Turkey, where they are collected in a log boom before loading. Possibilities for an integrated development of the Antalya region (agriculture, forestry, industries, tourism) are now being investigated by a team of specialists under a project financed by the United Nations Special Fund for which FAO is the executing agency. Three foresters are included in the team and work in close collaboration with officers of the National Planning Board and Turkish Forest Department.
Photo: D. A. Francis
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Trade and development
Expansion of exports of forest products from developing countries
World pulp and paper capacities, 1960-67
George N. Baur
A. R. King and I. S. Walker
Protection of forest fire fighters
The Tree Improvement Committee, society of American forester
Seed, pollen, and propagating materials for research purposes
Use of charcoal in blast furnace operations
Work of FAO
FAO advisory committee on pulp and paper
FAO forestry personalities
Savanna afforestation techniques in Africa
News of the world
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