Indigenous or exotic forest contributes very largely to the appearance of about one-fifth of New Zealand's surface area, The sources of visual impacts in forestry are analysed, and attention is drawn to aspects which are important in areas markedly exposed to public view and usage. The implications of accepting public use and visual amenity as factors for consideration in multiple-use forestry are examined and discussed. (no keywords)
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