Research article Resource use, biological and environmental planning for Eucalypt forest management.
R. G. Florence
If foresters are to retain the right to make and implement management decisions on public forest land, they must broaden the resource use and management planning base, and create or improve lines of communication with the public. The Forest Services and industries are urged to co-operate in drawing up minimum planning standards for all proposals involving major changes in existing forest use. A provisional set of standards is given, covering the justification for the proposed use of the resource, and the documentation of biological and environmental factors influencing management practices. (no keywords)
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