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Volume 21 - Numbers 86-87, 1967
An International Review of Forestry and Forest Products
FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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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 114 nations.
Director General B.R. SEN
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, S.L. PRINGLE, E. KALKKINEN, L. GIMENEZ-QUINTANA, N. DE FELSÖVANYI, I. KISSIN, J. SWIDERSKI
1946-58 MARCEL LELOUP
1959- 63 EGON GLESINGER
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 photograph. Black poplars two years after planting at the Mediterranean Populetum, 25 kilometers from FAO Headquarters at Rome. This populetum was established by the Agriculture and Forest Experiment Center (Prof. A. de Philippis, Director) of the National Agency for Cellulose and Paper of Italy upon a recommendation of FAO's International Poplar Commission. It contains most of the poplar types cultivated in the member countries of FAO's Subcommission on Mediterranean Forestry Problems, as well as a large number of other cultivars of potential interest to those countries.
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Integration of planning and financing
I. - Policy
II. - Silviculture
III. - Management
IV. - Utilization
A. J. Leslie
V. - Integration of planning and financing
Appendix 1: Definition and interpretation of man-made forests
Appendix 2: Suggestions for classification of man-made forests on the basis of intensity of management
Appendix 3: Comparison of production from plantations existing in 1965 and from current planting plans with projected wood demands
Appendix 4: Symposium papers
Appendix 5: Symposium officers and participants
Appendix 6: Area of man-made forests planted at end of 1965 (thousands of hectares)
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