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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 35 - 1983
FAO - Food and agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Mr T.M. Pasca has resigned as Editor of Unasylva. He took on the post in July 1973 during a two-year break in publication, and the journal reappeared the following year. Mr Pasca now becomes a freelance journalist.
Acting editor: ROBERT WAZEKA
Consulting editor: MARCELLE BIAGINI
Cover design: ROBERT DICKERSON
Editorial advisory board: Forestry department: J.E.M. ARNOLD (Chairman), B. BEN SALEM C. CHANDRASEKHARAN, A. CONTRERAS, M.R. DE MONTALEMBERT, B. KYRKLUND, M.K. MUTHOO, C. PALMBERG, R.D. PARDO, R. WAZEKA (Secretary)
Publications division: K. RICHMOND (Editorial branch);
R. CONDE (Production and distribution branch)
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DOCUMENTS ON FORESTRY - FOREST INDUSTRIES - FORESTRY EDUCATION - ADMINISTRATION - ENVIRONMENT - WILDLIFE - WOOD ENERGY - OTHER RELATED FORESTRY SUBJECTS
volume 1: annotated bibliography
volume 2: author and subject index
Publications and documents for the period 1967-73
33350 index references
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Chemical stress on the biosphere
New acid rain data disclosed at Stockholm conference
Fighting fires in Mediterranean forests
The fuelwood crisis in Africa: An FAO round-table discussion
Using farm trees for fuelwood
Bamboo in China
The world of forestry
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