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  1. Key Resource 1989-06-01 Formerly separate publications, the text and dictionary are combined into a one-volume complete guide to Shigo’s album of facts, photos, philosophies, and terminology regarding trees, their problems, and their proper care. On the basis that trees support more integrated groups of living things...  
  2. Key Resource 2001-01-20 Whether in a small backyard or a larger farm or forest, trees are vital to the web of life. Protecting and planting trees can restore wildlife habitat, heal degraded land, conserve soil, protect watersheds, diversify farm or garden products, beautify landscapes, and enhance the economic and...  
  3. 1995-01-01 This field guide to commonly cultivated trees in South-East Asia is beautifully illustrated by the author's watercolours, and is an invaluable resource for those interested to know more about the domesticated trees and fruits which one finds all over the region.The book contains useful diagrams...  
  4. The primary goal of this book is the further stimulation of interest in the vegetation of the Bahamas, in the hope that the resulting understanding and appreciation of the nation's natural treasures will augment the growing conservation movement.  
  5. 1980-01-01 The problems of firewood shortages and the promise of firewood plantations were described extensively in the first volume. No less than one-and-a-half billion people in developing countries derive at least 90 percent of their energy requirements from wood and charcoal. Another billion people meet...  
  6. Ivan Holliday's Field Guide to Australian Trees covers more than 400 species, representing some 80 different genera. Each entry includes notes on distribution and habitat, a description of the tree's key botanical features, and notes on its commercial use and horticulture. The book is illustrated...  
  7. This book highlights eighteen species of casuarina, a group of underexploited Australasian trees that could have exceptional potential in reforesting difficult terrain in many parts of the world.  
  8. 2001-01-01 The SIM Forestry study Project began in 1999 to bring together various sources of information about highland Ethiopian trees and shrubs, and to identify trees and shrubs that should be further propagated.  
  9. This extensive study gives botanical data about the trees and shrubs of Hawaii with a clarity that can be easily understood by everyone. The author describes the plants, gives common names, mainland equivalents--if there are any--and tells their uses in the changing world of the Pacific Islands....  
  10. This publication portrays each flower in picture and word.