FAO Forestry Papers on forest engineering and harvesting

Where authors are clearly identified, their names have been included in the reference.

FAO Forestry Paper No. 2, 1977. MacNally J.A.. Comprehensive guidelines, applicable to most forest types and operations. Despite its age, this publication is still highly relevant. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper No. 9, 1976 A review-in-depth of the state of the wood chips industry in the mid 1970’s. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 33. Account of a training course in mountain forest roads and harvesting held in Austria 1981. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 36. Advice on use and maintenance of basic logging tools. [more]
FAO Forestry paper 41. A number of techniques described including harvesting aspects [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 69. Training material from a workshop held in Finland in 1984. Emphasis on raising self-reliance in planning and management of forest industries. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 78. Training materials from a course, essays on a wide variety of topics [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 87. A study in two parts. One on harvesting a bamboo plantation and a natural bamboo stand in the Philippines, and the other on the production of firewood from the bark of dipterocarp species in the Philippines. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 91. Six booklets. Guidelines on basic harvesting technology and equipment use and maintenance. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 99. A method to identify effects on harvesting costs of changing key variables. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 100, 1992. Bostrand L., Frykman B., Strehlke B., Staudt F., Apud E. & Harstela P. An introduction to ergonomics and occupational safety and health in general, contains an ergonomic checklist. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 133, 1996. Dykstra D.P. & Heinrich R. Proceedings of a seminar on national codes of practice. [more]
FAO Forestry Paper 154, 2008. A publication useful to anybody interested in learning about forests and energy production. [more]

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