Towards Forest Sustainability

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CSIRO, 2003 - Electronic books - 231 pages
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This work describes the changes that have taken place in forest management - highlighting what worked, what didn't, and the lessons that have been learned. It documents the drivers of the change in the logging industry and the resulting outcomes, both the good and the bad. It provides real-world insights from an international perspective into government policy, industry concerns, and conservation and biodiversity issues.

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David Lindenmayer is Professor of Ecology at the Fenner School of Environment and Society at The Australian National University and an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow (2013 2018). He specializes in establishing large-scale, long-term research programs that are underpinned by rigorous experimental design, detailed sampling and innovative statistical analyses. He has published 35 books and over 850 scientific articles on wildlife ecology, forest ecology and management, woodland ecology and conservation biology. He has worked on biodiversity conservation for more than 30 years. He was elected to the Australian Academy of Science in 2008 and has won numerous environmental and conservation awards.

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