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xiii, 336 pages. Green, white and yellow lettering on the spine and on the pictorial front cover. Very minimal shelf wear. A fine copy of this work on the ecology and management of Sitka spruce. Illustrated with b/w photographs and maps. Size: 6 x 9.25. N° de ref. de la librería 005914
Críticas: What a treat .... I considered suggesting that not only should every British and Irish forestry practitioner and student purchase a copy of this book but that it should be liberally placed on hotel bedside tables....every forester should at least have a look at it at some time. * Forestry, Vol. 72:1, 1999 * ... a comprehensive reference book full of facts.... The figures.... show a good range of subjects and illustrate the points well... most readable... I think that the book should be read by all Sitka spruce growers and should be on the reference bookshelf of every organisation which deals with Sitka spruce on a regular basis. Although aimed at North American readers, it contains a wealth of information relevant to us too. * Quarterly Journal of Forestry 92 (4), 1998 * The book is a comprehensive treatment of the basic biology and management issues of Sitka spruce, placed in geographic, ecological and economic context ... the book is full of detailed and worthwhile information. It is certain to be of great practical value to anyone concerned with management of Sitka spruce within its natural range. -- Steven A. Acker * Northwest Science, Vol. 72, No. 1 1998 *
Título: ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF SITKA SPRUCE, ...
Año de publicación: 1997
Encuadernación: Pictorial Cloth Hardcover
Condición del libro: Near Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Dust Jacket
Edición: Not Stated, Presumed First Edition.
Tipo de libro: Sitka Spruce, Forestry
Descripción UBC Press, Canada, 1997. Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. First Edition. 0774805617 336 pages. Index of biogeoclimatic zones. Index. Extensive list of literature cited. Colour photographic plages. "Describes how this fascinating tree reproduces, grows, and functions in its natural geographic range. Discusses both the ecology of Sitka spruce and silvicultural questions such as original plantation spacing, juvenile spacing, and fertilization to accelerate the harvestability of second-growth coastal spruce stands." - from back board. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy. Nº de ref. del artículo: 614G2226