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Vol. 20 (3)
AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF FORESTRY AND FOREST PRODUCTS
Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation was founded at Quebec, Canada in October 1945 when its Member Nations agreed to work together secure a lasting peace through freedom from want. The membership of FAO now stands at 114 nations.
Forestry and Forest Products Division
Assistant to Director
Chiefs of Branches
N. DE FELSÖVANYI
Unasylva - Started in 1947, 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. The symbol of the Sixth World Forestry Congress set up in laminated wood at the entrance to the Madrid Fair where an international exhibition covering forestry, hunting, freshwater fishing, equipment and furniture staged. Another feature of the Congress was an international festival of 96 forestry films produced since 1960, from 41 countries: 33 awards were made. "The paper forest," an entry from the United States, won the grand prize. "Usutu" (United Kingdom) was selected as best educational film with the U.S.S.R. film "Reclamation of boggy forest areas" second. "La forêt, pourquoi?" (Switzerland) was judged the best information film, followed by "Nace un bosque" (Cuba).
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Sixth world forestry congress
Don Francisco Ortuña Medina
Closing speech by the president of the congress
Reports of the plenary sessions
World trends in wood resources and requirements
Planning the use of forest potentials
Institutional framework for forestry development
Financing forestry and forest industries development
Recommendations of the technical commissions directed to FAO
List of congress officers
List of Congress documents
Technical commission I
Technical commission II
Technical commission III
Technical commission IV
Technical commission V
Technical commission VI
Technical commission VII
Technical commission VIII
Technical commission IX
Technical commission X
Wood: World trends and prospects
Logging in India
N. St. Dumitrescu and A. Harap
Efficiency of wood-processing complexes
T. Ewald Maki
Need for fertilizers in wood production
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