Growing exotic forests

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Wiley, 1987 - Nature - 508 pages
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Contents

EXOTICSGENERAL CONCEPTS
1
SPECIES VARIETIES AND GEOGRAPHIC
33
GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF EXOTICS
95
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About the author (1987)

Gerrit van Wyk's interest in what we know and how we use what we know to make decisions started after a Masters dissertation in Systems Management at the university of Cape Town titled "Medicine And Medical Process As A Learning System," which was examined externally at the University of California Berkeley. During a career in healthcare spanning twenty-five years, he saw countless examples of decisions going wrong both on the clinical and planning sides. the search for answers to the question ""why do we make so many mistakes in our decisions"" took him through many disciplines including sociology, psychology, anthropology, spirituality, and so on and culminated in this text, which is the outcome of many years of personal research. he made numerous presentations to lay and professional audiences about the subject and is currently practicing medicine in Moose Jaw. He also has a

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