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Defining Sustain Forestry, Pby Gregory Aplet
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Before the transition in forestry can be made from conventional approaches of the past century to the ecosystem approach of the next, a consensus must be reached on the meaning of "sustainable forestry." Defining Sustainable Forestry presents the results of a national conference convened by The Wilderness Society, American Forests, and the World Resources Institute to help establish a common framework upon which to guide the future development of forestry.
About the Author
Gregory H. Aplet a forest ecologist at the Bolle Center for Forest Ecosystem Management.
Nels Johnson was an associate at the World Resources Institute
Edward O. Wilson is Frank B. Baird, Jr., Professor of Science at Harvard University. Jeffrey T. Olson was director at the Bolle Center for Forest Ecosystem Management.
V. Alaric Sample was director of American Forests' Forest Policy Center.
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