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Old growth forests -- Northwest, Pacific. Old growth forest conservation -- Northwest, Pacific. Old growth forest ecology -- Northwest, Pacific.

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Spies, Thomas A. Thomas Allen. Duncan, Sally L. Added Corporate Author:. ProQuest Firm. Electronic Access:. Old Growth in a New World untangles the complexities of the old growth concept and the parallel complexity of old-growth policy and management.

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It brings together more than two dozen contributors—ecologists, economists, sociologists, managers, historians, silviculturists, environmentalists, timber producers, and philosophers—to offer a broad suite of perspectives on changes that have occurred in the valuing and management of old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest over the past thirty years. The book. By confronting the complexity of the old-growth concept and associated policy and management challenges, Old Growth in a New World encourages productive discussion on the future of old growth in the Pacific Northwest and offers options for more effective approaches to conserving forest biodiversity.

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Compare all 25 new copies. Book Description PB. Condition: New. Old growth is about time and about how forests change from both natural and human causes. It tackles the many complex issues and challenging decisions that need to be made for any future old growth management systems to be put in place. More information about this seller Contact this seller. Condition: Brand New. Book Condition:- Brand New.

Secured Packaging. Fast DeliveryBookseller Inventory Seller Inventory STM Language: English. Brand new Book. This title presents a provocative discussion of old-growth history and future management issues. Duncan, — Island Press. Oxford University Press. Proctor, 87— Waal, Frans de, Evan Thompson, and J.

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