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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 10, OCTOBER 1993

PERIODICALS...
WORLD FORESTS


Item #d93oct84

"Sustaining the Amazon," M. Holloway, Scientific American, 90-99, July 1993. The author traveled with scientists who are seeking to reconcile the need for economic development with preservation of the irreplaceable ecology. Suggests further reading.


Item #d93oct85

"The Temperate Rain Forest: Canada's Clear-Cut Secret," D. Denniston, World Watch, 9, 34, July-Aug. 1993. British Columbia has been rapidly liquidating North America's largest and most productive temperate rain forest; at this rate all ecologically viable stands will be gone in 15 years.


Item #d93oct86

"How to Make the Forests of the World Pay Their Way," J. Alper, Science, 1895-1896, June 25, 1993. Small-scale programs around the world are exploring how to get some of the commercial benefits of tropical forests, even through logging, without destroying them.

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