5 edition of Tropical Hardwood Utilization found in the catalog.
May 31, 1982
Written in English
|Contributions||R.A. Oldeman (Editor), T.J. Peck (Editor), K. Alkema (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||608|
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Roelof A. Oldeman Tropical hardwoods are one of the essential cogs in the complex socio-economic machinery keeping alive an ever-increasing humanity with steadily rising claims upon a Format: Paperback. Tropical Hardwood Utilization: Practice and Prospects (Forestry Sciences) Hardcover – by Roelof A.A.
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Roelof A. Oldeman Tropical hardwoods are one of the essential cogs in the complex socio-economic machinery keeping alive an ever-increasing humanity with steadily rising claims upon a finite-resour.
This chapter has appeared previously as supplement 10 to volume XXX of the Timber Bulletin for Europe (). It appears here as a paper presented at the Seminar on Tropical Hardwood Utilization in Amsterdam, the only modifications being in its adaptation to the chapter structure in this book.
No changes have been made in the : Ece Fao Timber Section. Tropical Hardwood Utilization - Practice and A.A. Oldeman et al. (eds.), xvii + pp., illus. Nijhoff/Junk, The : Pieter Baas. Tropical hardwood utilization: practice and prospects: Author(s) Oldeman, R.A.A. Source: Den Haag: Martinus Nijhoff: Department(s) Silviculture and Forest Ecology: Publication type: Scientific book or proceedings (editor) Publication year: Comments.
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Prospects of plantation and lesser-known tropical hardwood species for commercial utilization Guidelines for Brazilian forestry policy, period -- Section II -- Tropical hardwood markets. utilization of Amazonian tropical hardwoods, this work presents the positive result s of three types of NDE for determining the properties of strength and stiffness of structural tropical lumber.
Toward the wider use of tropical wood products. Theo Erfurth. THEO ERFURTH is Forest Products Marketing Officer in the FAO Forestry Department. Because the properties of tropical woods vary widely the patterns of use for these woods are quite different from those of temperate zone hardwoods and even more different from those of coniferous woods.
Tropical hardwood utilization: practice and prospects. Study on the trade and utilization of tropical hardwoods.- The United States market for tropical hardwoods.- Characteristic features of individual markets for tropical hardwoods in Europe.- # Forestry sciences.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Tropical.
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Water utilization of tropical hardwood hammocks of the Lower Florida Keys Naomi Ish-Shalom1, Leonel da Silveira Lobo Sternberg1, Michael Ross2, Joseph O'Brien2, and Laura Flynn2 1 Department of Biology, University of Miami, P.O. BoxCoral Gables, FLUSA 2 National Audubon Society, Indian Mound Trail, Tavernier, FLUSA.
Forest Products Laboratory One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI Phone: () Fax: () Email. LIST OF TROPICAL WOODS USED AND SOLD FOR WOODTURNING, AND THEIR ENDANGERMENT STATUS (IUCN) Note: The information contained herein is subject to frequent change and the author does not guarantee its accuracy.
Common and Scientific Name Country of Origin Ranking* A Afara, Black Terminalia ivorensis Africa VU Albarco/jequitiba Cariniona Size: KB.Wood Utilization Options for Urban Trees Infested by Invasive Species. of ecology and growth conditions to wood properties and quality.
His primary research. goals are to explore the effects of climate, geography, and silvicultural treatments on wood anatomy and properties.
He is especially interested in the similarities and dif.3. Utilization of forest genetic resources Research and development. With a few exceptions, forest genetic resources have been utilized extensively in systematic R&D only for about years.
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