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An international journal of forest and forest industries - Vol. 41 - 1990/4
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Editor: Stephen A. Dembner
Language Editor: Roberta Mitchell
Layout Editor: Marina Criscuolo
Editorial Assistant: Antoinette Fernandez Van Asten
Editorial Advisory Board Forestry Department: M.R. de Montalembert (Chairman), B. Ben Salem, S. Dembner, T. Frisk, M. Hoskins, L. Ljungman, M.K. Muthoo, C. Palmberg, E.H. Sene.
Publications Division: K. Richmond (Editorial Branch)
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Guidelines for authors
Global warming and forests: An overview of current knowledge
The potential of forests and forest industry in reducing excess atmospheric carbon dioxide
G. Windelius, in collaboration with P. Tucker
The sun, sovereign ruler with chilling power: An assessment of the potential impact of solar activity on future climate
The Amazon challenge
N. Rasaily, R. Pokharel and D. Messerschmidt
Village voices from the Himalayan forest
S. Nilsson and O. Sallnäs
Air pollution and European forests: Policy implications based on simulation models
Changing perspectives in the recovery, trade and of waste paper
M. K. Muthoo
Economic considerations and environmental policy implications in the management of renewable natural resources
World of forestry
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