Unasylva issues and articles

Unasylva is FAO's international journal of forests, forestry and forest industries published quarterly in English, French and Spanish. It covers all aspects of forests and forestry: policy and planning; conservation and management of forest-based plants and animals; rural socio-economic development; species improvement; industrial development; international trade; and environmental considerations.

You will find below the link to the site UNASYLVA to view all available issues or make a targeted search on Mediterranean Forests

Click here to access the site Unasylva to search on a publication on Mediterranean Forests

Below you will find links to select Unasylva issues and articles pertaining specifically to Silva Mediterranea as well as others providing general information on forests and forestry in the Mediterranean region.

FAO. 1999.Mediterranean forests.Unasylva, 197.

Fromard, F. & Gauquelin, T. 1993.Thuriferous juniper stands in Morocco: Research and conservation for an endangered environment and species.Unasylva, 172.

Vélez, R. 1990.Mediterranean forest fires: A regional perspective.Unasylva, 162.

Papanastasis, V.P. 1986.Integrating goats into Mediterranean forestsUnasylva, 154.

Salem, B. 1986.Report: A short history of Silva MediterraneaUnasylva, 153.

Calabri, G. 1983.Fighting fires in Mediterranean forests.Unasylva, 141.

FAO staff. 1958.Mediterranean forestry.Unasylva, 51.

last updated:  Thursday, January 21, 2010