FAO Forestry Papers

The FAO Forestry Paper series is FAO’s main series in forestry. Most volumes are published in several languages. 

FAO Forestry Papers can be downloaded free of charge. Print copies can be purchased through the FAO Sales Catalogue.  In addition, readers in developing countries can request up to five print publications free of charge. Requests should be directed to: FO-publications@fao.org.

When a paper is not available in the language requested, the paper will be shown in other available languages.

2011 - 2016

FAO Forestry Paper 177: Forestry for a low-carbon future 1 August 2016 Following the introduction, Chapter 2 provides an overview of mitigation in the forest sector, addressing the handling of forests under UNFCCC. Chapters 3 to 5 focus on forest-based mitigation options – afforestation, reforestation, REDD+ and forest management – and Chapters 6 and 7 focus on wood-product based options – wood energy and green building and furnishing. The publication describes these activities in the context of UNFCCC rules, assessing their mitigation potential and economic attractiveness as well as opportunities and challenges for implementation. Chapter 8 discusses the different considerations involved in choosing the right mix of options as well as some of the instruments and means for implementation. Chapter 8 also highlights the co-benefits generated by forest-based mitigation and emphasizes that economic assessment of mitigation options needs to take these benefits into account. The concluding chapter assesses national commitments under UNFCCC involving forest mitigation and summarizes the challenges and opportunities. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 176: Forty years of community-based forestry 23 February 2016 Since the 1970s and 1980s, community-based forestry has grown in popularity, based on the concept that local communities, when granted sufficient property rights over local forest commons, can organize autonomously and develop local institutions to regulate the use of natural resources and manage them sustainably. Over time, various forms of community-based forestry have evolved in different countries, but all have at their heart the notion of some level of participation by smallholders and community groups in planning and implementation. This publication is FAO’s first comprehensive look at the impact of community-based forestry since previous reviews in 1991 and 2001. It considers both collaborative regimes (forestry practised on land with formal communal tenure requiring collective action) and smallholder forestry (on land that is generally privately owned). The publication examines the extent of community-based forestry globally and regionally and assesses its effectiveness in delivering on key biophysical and socioeconomic outcomes, i.e. moving towards sustainable forest management and improving local livelihoods. The report is targeted at policy-makers, practitioners, researchers, communities and civil society. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 175: Global guidelines for the restoration of degraded forests and landscapes in drylands 19 October 2015 These guidelines , published in collaboration with the Turkish Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs and the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency, will support urgently needed restoration efforts in the world’s drylands. Drylands cover nearly half of the earth’s land surface and are home to one-third of the global population. The first of their kind, the guidelines target policymakers and other decision-makers, and practitioners. They present the essential components for designing, implementing and sustaining restoration initiatives and outline a range of actions. These include on-the-ground activities such as habitat protection, assisted natural regeneration, sand-dune stabilization and planting, as well as policy improvements, financial incentives, capacity development, and continuous monitoring and learning. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 174: Towards effective national forest funds 7 May 2015 National forest funds (NFFs), which channel about US$12-13 billion in developing countries, have become an important institutional mechanism for improving the financial architecture and governance of forestry in recent years. They are already in operation in about 55 countries and more are in preparation. Despite this growing interest, there is little understanding of how NFFs work or how they could be better designed and operated. This publication addresses the information gap. Based on a detailed analysis of how different NFFs actually operate and what constraints they face, it endeavours to assist policymakers and forest practitioners in establishing and managing such funds effectively. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 173: Multiple-use forest management in the humid tropics 13 September 2013 The multiple-value of forests has long been appreciated and used by forest-dependent people in the tropics. Explicitly managing for some or all of these values - multiple-use forest management - is stipulated in the laws of many countries, but its formal implementation in the tropics is thought to be rare. This paper reports on three regional assessments carried out to identify and draw lessons from on-the-ground initiatives in the Amazon Basin, the Congo Basin and Southeast Asia. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 172: Climate change guidelines for forest managers 12 September 2013 The effects of climate change and climate variability on forest ecosystems are evident around the world and further impacts are unavoidable, at least in the short to medium term. Addressing the challenges posed by climate change will require adjustments to forest policies, management plans and practices. These guidelines have been prepared to assist forest managers to better assess and respond to climate change challenges and opportunities at the forest management unit level. The actions they propose are relevant to all kinds of forest managers – such as individual forest owners, private forest enterprises, public-sector agencies, indigenous groups and community forest organizations. They are applicable in all forest types and regions and for all management objectives. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 171: Edible insects - Future prospects for food and feed security 13 May 2013 This publication describes the contribution of insects to food security. It shows the many traditional and potential new uses of insects for direct human consumption and the opportunities for and constraints to farming them for food and feed. It examines the body of research on issues such as insect nutrition and food safety, the use of insects as animal feed, and the processing and preservation of insects and their products. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 170: Sustainable management of Pinus radiata plantations 10 May 2013 Pinus radiata (radiata pine) is a versatile, fast-growing, medium-density softwood, suitable for a wide range of end-uses. Its silviculture is highly developed, and is built on a firm foundation of over a century of research, observation and practice. Radiata pine is often considered a model for growers of other plantation species. The focus of this book is on the principles and practices of growing radiata pine sustainably. It also looks ahead to emerging challenges facing radiata pine plantation management, such as the effects of climate change, new diseases and other threats, and meeting changing product needs and societal demands. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 169: Global forest land-use change 1990-2005 14 December 2012 This report presents the key findings on forest land use and land-use change between 1990 and 2005 from FAO’s 2010 Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA 2010) Remote Sensing Survey. This survey was the result of a partnership between FAO, countries and the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC). It is the first report of its kind to present systematic estimates of global forest land use and change. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 168: Soil carbon monitoring using surveys and modelling 15 June 2012 FAO Forestry Paper 168: Soil carbon monitoring using surveys and modelling

Forest soils constitute a large pool of carbon and releases of carbon from this pool, caused by deforestation and forest degradation, may significantly increase the concentration of greenhouse gases. This publication describes the application of survey- and modelling-based methods for monitoring soil organic carbon stock and its changes on a national scale in the United Republic of Tanzania. The report presents i) a design of the first inventory of soil organic carbon, including discussion on factors that affect the reliability of carbon stock estimates; and ii) a design of a modelling-based approach, including links to national forest inventory data and discussion on alternative soil organic carbon models.


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FAO Forestry Paper 167: Wildlife in a changing climate 5 December 2011 Wildlife in a Changing Climate foresees that the rate of loss of wild animal species will be accelerated by climate change unless urgent measures are taken. Particularly at risk are wildlife and ecosystems in coastal and mountain areas, while Africa, where a mean temperature rise of 3-4 °C is expected by the end of the century, is one of the world’s most vulnerable regions. Using case studies, the report puts forward a series of responsive measures to mitigate the impact of climate change. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 166: Community-based fire management: A review 2 November 2011 Globally, people cause most wildfires. Involving local communities in fire management practices like prevention, suppression and restoration is therefor a logical approach. The new FAO publication “Community-based fire management- A review”, highlights the state of the art in community-based fire management, redefines the concept, reviews case studies and reflects on related policy and legal frameworks. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 165: Reforming forest tenure 13 July 2011 Secure tenure is an important prerequisite for sustainable forest management. More diversified tenure systems could provide a basis for improving forest management and local livelihoods, particularly where the State has insufficient capacity to manage forests. In the past decade many countries have initiated efforts to reform their tenure arrangements for forests and forest land, devolving some degree of access and management from the State to others, mainly households, private companies and communities. This publication provides practical guidance for policy-makers and others concerned with addressing forest tenure reform. Drawing from many sources, including forest tenure assessments carried out by FAO in Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America and Central Asia, it deduces lessons about what works and what does not, and why. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 164: Guide to implementation of phytosanitary standards in forestry 29 March 2011 This guide, produced by an international group of scientists, phytosanitary authorities, forest experts and industry representatives and reviewed by more than 100 specialists from 46 countries, provides easy-to-understand information on how good forest management practices and well implemented phytosanitary standards can minimize pest spread and facilitate safe trade. The guide will be of vital interest to people involved in nursery activities, planting, managing, harvesting, manufacturing, trading and transporting forest products. It will also benefit forest policy-makers, planners, managers and educators, particularly in developing countries. [more]

2001-2010

FAO Forestry Paper 163: Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010. Main report 26 November 2010 The Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010 (FRA 2010) is the most comprehensive assessment of the world’s forests ever. It covers 233 countries and areas for the period 1990 to 2010. This publication, the main report of FRA 2010, contains country data, contributed by national correspondents and reviewed and collated by FAO, for more than 90 key variables related to the extent, condition, uses and values of forests. This report is an essential reference for anyone interested in the status of the world’s forests and will support policies, decisions and negotiations in all matters where forests and forestry play a part. FAO Forestry Paper 169: Global forest land-use change 1990-2005 [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 162: What woodfuels can do to mitigate climate change 28 October 2010 Forest soils constitute a large pool of carbon and releases of carbon from this pool, caused by deforestation and forest degradation, may significantly increase the concentration of greenhouse gases. This publication describes the application of survey- and modelling-based methods for monitoring soil organic carbon stock and its changes on a national scale in the United Republic of Tanzania. The report presents i) a design of the first inventory of soil organic carbon, including discussion on factors that affect the reliability of carbon stock estimates; and ii) a design of a modelling-based approach, including links to national forest inventory data and discussion on alternative soil organic carbon models. Most climate change strategies emphasize reducing greenhouse gas emissions by reducing energy use and switching to energy sources that are less carbon intensive than fossil fuels. This publication explores the scope, potential and implications for using woodfuels to replace fossil fuels and thereby contribute to climate change mitigation. The publication will be of interest to specialists and policy-makers in forestry, climate change and renewable energy, as well as to forest managers, students and general audiences interested in learning more about the role of forests in energy production and the resulting mitigation potential. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 161: Developing effective forest policy. A guide 25 October 2010 This guide aims to support countries in planning and conducting forest policy development processes. Based on a review of practical experiences, it outlines the rationale and purpose of a national forest policy and the different elements of the forest policy development process. This publication will help senior officials in government administrations and other stakeholder representatives, including civil society organizations and the private sector, in developing or revising national forest policy [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 160: Criteria and indicators for sustainable woodfuels 21 September 2010 Secure tenure is an important prerequisite for sustainable forest management. More diversified tenure systems could provide a basis for improving forest management and local livelihoods, particularly where the State has insufficient capacity to manage forests. In the past decade many countries have initiated efforts to reform their tenure arrangements for forests and forest land, devolving some degree of access and management from the State to others, mainly households, private companies and communities. This publication provides practical guidance for policy-makers and others concerned with addressing forest tenure reform. Drawing from many sources, including forest tenure assessments carried out by FAO in Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America and Central Asia, it deduces lessons about what works and what does not, and why. In many developing countries, woodfuels are still commonly used for household cooking and heating and are also important for local processing industries. In many developed countries, wood-processing industries often use their wood by-products for energy production. In some countries, notably the Nordic countries, forest residues are increasingly used for industrial-scale electricity generation and heating. Several developing countries have enormous potential to produce energy from forests and trees outside forests, for both domestic use and export. However this potential is not often properly reflected in national energy-development strategies. This publication sets out principles, criteria and indicators to guide the sustainable use of woodfuel resources and the sustainable production of charcoal. It is designed to help policy- and decision-makers in forestry, energy and environment agencies, non-governmental and other civil-society organizations and the private sector ensure that the woodfuel sector reaches its full potential as an agent of sustainable development. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 159: Impact of the global forest industry on atmospheric greenhouse gases 17 June 2010 This publication examines the complex connections between the global forest products industry and the global carbon cycle, with the objective of characterizing the carbon footprint of the sector. The analysis finds that the industry’s main sources of emissions are manufacturing and disposal of used products in landfills. Globally, the impact of the industry on carbon in forests cannot be described quantitatively because of the lack of data in many parts of the world and the complexity of the industry’s raw material supply chain. Data from some countries, however, suggest that sustainable forest management practices can be effective in keeping forest carbon stocks stable over time. Indirect greenhouse gas benefits resulting from the activities or products of the forest products industry, while difficult to measure, can be large and could be increased. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 158: Fighting sand encroachment: lessons from Mauritania 16 June 2010 One of the main challenges of desertification is encroachment of moving sands, which has devastating environmental and socio-economic impacts. Mauritania, as one of the most severely affected countries in sub-Saharan Africa, has accumulated a great deal of experience in combating sand encroachment over the past several decades. This publication synthesizes the lessons learned, particularly in the implementation of a recently concluded project for rehabilitation and extension of the Nouakchott Green Belt, carried out by FAO and the Government of Mauritania with support from the Walloon Region of Belgium. [more]

1991-2000

The following key is used to indicate in which language/s the paper has been published. 

Ar – Arabic             E – English    F – French S – Spanish
C – Chinese  I – Italian P – Portuguese    R – Russian
 
96 Planning and managing forestry research: guidelines for managers, 1990 (E)
95 Forest products prices 1969-1988, 1990 (E F S)
94 Manual on sawmill operational maintenance,1990 (E)
93 Energy conservation in the mechanical forest industries, 1990 (E S)
92 Forestry policies in Europe – An analysis, 1989 (E)
91 Design manual on basic wood harvesting technology, 1989 (E F S) (Published only as FAO Training Series, No. 18)
90 Forestry and food security, 1989 (Ar F E S)
89 Review of forest management systems of tropical Asia, 1989 (E)
88 Management of tropical moist forests in Africa, 1989 (E F P)
87 Small scale harvesting operations of wood and non wood forest products involving rural people, 1988 (E F S)
86 Forestry policies in Europe, 1988 (E)
85 Forestry extension curricula, 1988 (E F S)
84 Forest products: World outlook projections – Product and country tables 1987-2000, 1988 (E F S)
83 Trade in forest products: a study of the barriers faced by the developing countries, 1988 (E)
82 Forest products prices 1967 1986, 1988 (E F S)
81 Guidelines for forest policy formulation, 1987 (C E)
80 Forestry extension methods, 1987 (E)
79 Small scale forest based processing enterprises, 1987 (E F S)
78 Appropriate wood harvesting in plantation forests, 1987 (E)
77 Databook on endangered tree and shrub species and provenances, 1986 (E)
76 Wood preservation manual, 1986 (E)
75 Monitoring and evaluation of social forestry in India – an operational guide, 1986 (E)
74 Guidelines for forestry information processing, 1986 (E)
73 Forest products: world outlook projections 1985 2000, 1986 (E F S)
72 Wood gas as engine fuel, 1986 (E S)
71 World compendium of forestry and forest products research institutions, 1986 (E F S)
70 Wildland fire management terminology, 1986 (E F S)
69 Management of forest industries, 1986 (E)
68 Appropriate forest industries, 1986 (E)
67 Some medicinal forest plants of Africa and Latin America, 1986 (E)
66 Forestry extension organization, 1986 (C E S)
65 Forest legislation in selected African countries, 1986 (E F)
64 Tree growing by rural people, 1985 (Ar E F S) 
63 Industrial charcoal making, 1985 (E)
62 World list of institutions engaged in forestry and forest products research, 1985 (E F S) 
61 Forest products prices 1965 1984, 1985 (E F S)
60 Monitoring and evaluation of participatory forestry projects, 1985 (E F S)
59 The ecological effects of eucalyptus, 1985 (C E F S)
58 Sawdoctoring manual, 1985 (E S)
57 Coconut wood – Processing and use, 1985 (E S)
56 Breeding poplars for disease resistance, 1985 (E)
55 Intensive multiple use forest management in the tropics, 1985 (E F S)
54 Planificación del desarrollo forestal, 1984 (S)
53 Intensive multiple use forest management in Kerala, 1984 (E F S)
52/2 Field manual on cost estimation in sawmilling industries, 1985 (E)
52/1 Cost estimating in sawmilling industries: guidelines, 1984 (E)
51/1 Studies on the volume and yield of tropicaI forest stands – 1. Dry forest formations, 1989 (E F)
50/1 Changes in shifting cultivation in Africa – seven case studies, 1985 (E)
50 Changes in shifting cultivation in Africa, 1984 (E F)
49 Wood extraction with oxen and agricultural tractors, 1986 (E F S)
48 Land evaluation for forestry, 1984 (C E F S)
47 Technical forestry education – design and implementation, 1984 (E F S)
46 Forest products prices 1963 1982, 1983 (E F S)
45 Establishing pulp and paper mills, 1983 (E)
44/3 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 3. Examples from Latin America, 1986 (E S)
44/2 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 2. Examples from southeastern Asia, 1984 (E F S)
44/1 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 1. Examples from eastern Africa, 1983 (E F S)
43 Forest revenue systems in developing countries, 1983 (E F S)
42 Fuelwood supplies in the developing countries, 1983 (Ar E F S)
41 Simple technologies for charcoal making, 1983 (E F S)
40 Circular saw manual, 1983 (E)
39 Frame saw manual, 1982 (E)
38 Forest products prices 1962 1981, 1982 (E F S)
37 Conservation and development of tropical forest resources, 1982 (E F S)
36 Basic technology in forest operations, 1982 (E F S)
35 Forestry in China, 1982 (C E)
34 Fruit bearing forest trees, 1982 (E F S)
33 Logging of mountain forests, 1982 (E F S)
32 Classification and definitions of forest products, 1982 (Ar E F S)
31 Appropriate technology in forestry, 1982 (E)
30 Tropical forest resources, 1982 (E F S)
29 World forest products, demand and supply 1990 and 2000, 1982 (E F S)
28 Small and medium sawmills in developing countries, 1981 (E S)
27 Manual of forest inventory, 1981 (E F)
26 Forestry and rural development, 1981 (E F S)
25 Public forestry administrations in Latin America, 1981 (E)
24 Cable logging systems, 1981 (C E)
23 Forest products prices 1961 1980, 1981 (E F S)

1981-1990

The following key is used to indicate in which language/s the paper has been published. 

Ar – Arabic             E – English    F – French S – Spanish
C – Chinese  I – Italian P – Portuguese    R – Russian
 
96 Planning and managing forestry research: guidelines for managers, 1990 (E)
95 Forest products prices 1969-1988, 1990 (E F S)
94 Manual on sawmill operational maintenance,1990 (E)
93 Energy conservation in the mechanical forest industries, 1990 (E S)
92 Forestry policies in Europe – An analysis, 1989 (E)
91 Design manual on basic wood harvesting technology, 1989 (E F S) (Published only as FAO Training Series, No. 18)
90 Forestry and food security, 1989 (Ar F E S)
89 Review of forest management systems of tropical Asia, 1989 (E)
88 Management of tropical moist forests in Africa, 1989 (E F P)
87 Small scale harvesting operations of wood and non wood forest products involving rural people, 1988 (E F S)
86 Forestry policies in Europe, 1988 (E)
85 Forestry extension curricula, 1988 (E F S)
84 Forest products: World outlook projections – Product and country tables 1987-2000, 1988 (E F S)
83 Trade in forest products: a study of the barriers faced by the developing countries, 1988 (E)
82 Forest products prices 1967 1986, 1988 (E F S)
81 Guidelines for forest policy formulation, 1987 (C E)
80 Forestry extension methods, 1987 (E)
79 Small scale forest based processing enterprises, 1987 (E F S)
78 Appropriate wood harvesting in plantation forests, 1987 (E)
77 Databook on endangered tree and shrub species and provenances, 1986 (E)
76 Wood preservation manual, 1986 (E)
75 Monitoring and evaluation of social forestry in India – an operational guide, 1986 (E)
74 Guidelines for forestry information processing, 1986 (E)
73 Forest products: world outlook projections 1985 2000, 1986 (E F S)
72 Wood gas as engine fuel, 1986 (E S)
71 World compendium of forestry and forest products research institutions, 1986 (E F S)
70 Wildland fire management terminology, 1986 (E F S)
69 Management of forest industries, 1986 (E)
68 Appropriate forest industries, 1986 (E)
67 Some medicinal forest plants of Africa and Latin America, 1986 (E)
66 Forestry extension organization, 1986 (C E S)
65 Forest legislation in selected African countries, 1986 (E F)
64 Tree growing by rural people, 1985 (Ar E F S) 
63 Industrial charcoal making, 1985 (E)
62 World list of institutions engaged in forestry and forest products research, 1985 (E F S) 
61 Forest products prices 1965 1984, 1985 (E F S)
60 Monitoring and evaluation of participatory forestry projects, 1985 (E F S)
59 The ecological effects of eucalyptus, 1985 (C E F S)
58 Sawdoctoring manual, 1985 (E S)
57 Coconut wood – Processing and use, 1985 (E S)
56 Breeding poplars for disease resistance, 1985 (E)
55 Intensive multiple use forest management in the tropics, 1985 (E F S)
54 Planificación del desarrollo forestal, 1984 (S)
53 Intensive multiple use forest management in Kerala, 1984 (E F S)
52/2 Field manual on cost estimation in sawmilling industries, 1985 (E)
52/1 Cost estimating in sawmilling industries: guidelines, 1984 (E)
51/1 Studies on the volume and yield of tropicaI forest stands – 1. Dry forest formations, 1989 (E F)
50/1 Changes in shifting cultivation in Africa – seven case studies, 1985 (E)
50 Changes in shifting cultivation in Africa, 1984 (E F)
49 Wood extraction with oxen and agricultural tractors, 1986 (E F S)
48 Land evaluation for forestry, 1984 (C E F S)
47 Technical forestry education – design and implementation, 1984 (E F S)
46 Forest products prices 1963 1982, 1983 (E F S)
45 Establishing pulp and paper mills, 1983 (E)
44/3 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 3. Examples from Latin America, 1986 (E S)
44/2 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 2. Examples from southeastern Asia, 1984 (E F S)
44/1 Food and fruit bearing forest species – 1. Examples from eastern Africa, 1983 (E F S)
43 Forest revenue systems in developing countries, 1983 (E F S)
42 Fuelwood supplies in the developing countries, 1983 (Ar E F S)
41 Simple technologies for charcoal making, 1983 (E F S)
40 Circular saw manual, 1983 (E)
39 Frame saw manual, 1982 (E)
38 Forest products prices 1962 1981, 1982 (E F S)
37 Conservation and development of tropical forest resources, 1982 (E F S)
36 Basic technology in forest operations, 1982 (E F S)
35 Forestry in China, 1982 (C E)
34 Fruit bearing forest trees, 1982 (E F S)
33 Logging of mountain forests, 1982 (E F S)
32 Classification and definitions of forest products, 1982 (Ar E F S)
31 Appropriate technology in forestry, 1982 (E)
30 Tropical forest resources, 1982 (E F S)
29 World forest products, demand and supply 1990 and 2000, 1982 (E F S)
28 Small and medium sawmills in developing countries, 1981 (E S)
27 Manual of forest inventory, 1981 (E F)
26 Forestry and rural development, 1981 (E F S)
25 Public forestry administrations in Latin America, 1981 (E)
24 Cable logging systems, 1981 (C E)
23 Forest products prices 1961 1980, 1981 (E F S)

1971-1980

The following key is used to indicate in which language/s the paper has been published. 

Ar – Arabic             E – English    F – French S – Spanish
C – Chinese  I – Italian P – Portuguese    R – Russian
 
22/2 Forest volume estimation and yield prediction – Vol. 2. Yield prediction, 1980 (C E F S)
22/1 Forest volume estimation and yield prediction - Vol. 1. Volume estimation, 1980 (C E F S)
21 Impact on soils of fast growing species in lowland humid tropics, 1980 (E F S)
20/2 A guide to forest seed handling, 1985 (E F S )
20 Forest tree improvement, 1985 (C E F S)
19/2  Pulping and paper making properties of fast growing plantation wood species – Vol. 2, 1980 (E)
19/1 Pulping and paper making properties of fast growing plantation wood species – Vol. 1, 1980 (E)
18 Forest products prices 1960 1978, 1980 (E F S)
17/2 Economic analysis of forestry projects: readings, 1980 (C E)
17/1 Economic analysis of forestry projects: case studies, 1979 (E S)
17 Economic analysis of forestry projects, 1979 (E F S)
16 China: integrated wood processing industries, 1979 (E F S)
15 AGRIS forestry – world catalogue of information and documentation services, 1979 (E F S)
14/1 Logging and transport in steep terrain, 1985 (E)
14 Mountain forest roads and harvesting, 1979 (E)
13 Forest products prices 1960 1977, 1979 (E F S)
12 China: forestry support for agriculture, 1978 (E)
11 Savanna afforestation in Africa, 1977 (E F)
10/2 Assessment of logging costs from forest inventories in the tropics – 2. Data collection and calculations, 1978 (E F S)
10/1 Assessment of logging costs from forest inventories in the tropics – 1. Principles and methodology, 1978 (E F S)
9 Wood chips – production, handling, transport, 1976 (C E S)
8 Establishment techniques for forest plantations, 1978 (Ar C E F S)
7 Forestry for local community development, 1978 (Ar E F S)
6 National parks planning, 1976 (E F)
5 The marketing of tropical wood in South America, 1976 (E S)
4/2 World pulp and paper demand, supply and trade – Vol. 2, 1977 (E F S)
4/1 World pulp and paper demand, supply and trade – Vol. 1, 1977 (E F S)
3/2 World list of forestry schools, 1986 (E F S)
3/1 World list of forestry schools, 1981 (E F S)
3 World list of forestry schools, 1977 (E F S)
2 Planning forest roads and harvesting systems, 1977 (E F S)

1 Forest utilization contracts on public land, 1977 (E F S)

  

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