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An international review of forestry and forest products
FAO - The Food And Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
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FAO - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations -grew out of a United Nations Conference held at Hot Springs, Virginia, U.S.A., in May 1943. The nations agreed to work together to secure a lasting peace through freedom from want. The Organization was formally founded at Quebec, Canada, in October 1945. It was located at Washington D.C. until 1951 when the Headquarters office was moved to Rome.
Unasylva is prepared by the Forestry and Forest Products Division, directed by Mr. Egon Glesinger, and published every quarter in English, French and Spanish. It attempts to cover a range of interest as wide as that of the Forestry Division whose work it mirrors. Signed articles express the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Organization. All material in Unasylva may be freely reprinted, but acknowledgment is requested, together with a copy of the publication containing the reprint.
Cover photograph. The Fifth World Forestry Congress was held on the campus of the University of Washington, Seattle. The campus looks over lake Washington toward Mount Rainier (14,410 feet, 4,400 m.) which looms majestically 50 miles (80 km.) away. Mount Rainier National Park includes the longest glacier in the United States (5½ miles, 9 km.).
An International Review of Forestry and Forest Products
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Fifth world forestry congress
Technical report of the fifth world forestry congress
Silviculture and forest management
Genetics and tree improvement
Forest economics and policy
Forest and range watersheds
Forest recreation and wildlife
Logging and forest operations
Richard F. McArdle
The concept of multiple use of forest and associated lands - Its values and limitations
Svend O. Heiberg
Postgraduate study for world forestry
E. Bryan Latham
Development of markets for forest products needs and techniques
Australian sera clearing methods
Alex. R. Entrican
Influence of delivered prices of forest produce on silvicultural practice in a developing forest economy
H. Keiding and Sa-ard Boonkird
Vegetative propagation of teak
The Work of FAO
Latin American forestry commission
Oxford system of decimal classification for forestry
News of the world
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