Research article Forrestry on Erromango Island, Vanuatu
T. Thorpe and P. Neil
The rugged, sparsely populated island of Erromango in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu remains largely underdeveloped despite past European exploitation of its natural stands of kauri and sandalwood. Logging of native timber is poised to continue but exotic plantations have been established with the assistance of New Zealand aid and there are firm proposals for a significant area of kauri reserve to be established. (no keywords)
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