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Ecological Considerations for the Sustainable Management of the North American Boreal Forests

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  • J.C. Zasada
  • A.G. Gordon
  • C.W. Slaughter
  • L.C. Duchesne

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  • J.C. Zasada & A.G. Gordon & C.W. Slaughter & L.C. Duchesne, 1997. "Ecological Considerations for the Sustainable Management of the North American Boreal Forests," Working Papers ir97024, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
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    1. N.K. Warner-Merl, 1998. "Air Pollution in Siberia. A Volume and Risk-Weighted Analysis of a Siberian Pollution Database," Working Papers ir98059, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.

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