31. Juli 2016, von Florian Zeller
In July 2016 the 2nd edition of the Tropical Forestry Handbook has been published. In 103 chapters 101 authors discuss natural resources management in a changing environment induced by climate change, provide proven methods & promising concepts to solve many challenges prevailing in the tropics, present comprehensive yet concise work on tropical forestry.
This Tropical Forestry Handbook provides a cross-section of all outstanding experience in all fields of tropical forestry under a drastically changing environment induced by climate change. It sheds light on the existing know-how and presents it in a concise and efficient way for the scientist and professional in charge of planning, implementing and evaluating forest resources. The Tropical Forestry Handbook provides proven and/or promising alternative concepts, which can be applied to solve organizational, administrative and technical challenges prevailing in the tropics. Presented are state of the art methods in all fields concerning tropical forestry. Emphasis is given to methods which are adapted to- and which safeguard - environmental conditions.
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