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Eight papers:
Riewe, R.R.; Boyle, M.; Bustillos, F.; Reader, B. Food potentials from agriculture, fisheries and wildlife in the Canadian boreal forest. 319-330 [3 pp. ref.]
Winterhalder, B. The boreal forest, Cree-Ojibwa foraging and adaptive management. 331-345 [3 pp. ref.] Native peoples in N....

Author(s)
Riewe, R. R. (et al.)
Publisher
Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Resources and dynamics of the boreal zone. Proceedings of a conference held at Thunder Bay, Ontario, August 1982, 1983, pp 319-426
Abstract

A discussion of the national and regional importance of non-wood forest products (wild berries and edible fungi, hunting, recreational fishing, reindeer husbandry and ecotourism) in Finland.

Author(s)
Saastamoinen, O.
Publisher
European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland
Citation
EFI Proceedings, 1996, No. 9, pp 181-190
Abstract

Non-wood forest products (NWFPs) - edible mushrooms, forest berries and medicinal plants - are of great importance as externalities of both recreational and market activities in the Czech Republic (CZR). NWFPs can be collected freely and free of charge by forest visitors for their own use in all...

Author(s)
Sisak, L.
Citation
EFI Proceedings, 1998, No. 23, pp 79-85
Abstract

Diversity patterns of plants, fungi and arthropods were studied at 4 forest sites in the Provinces of Bolzano and Trento (Italian Alps). Two deciduous mixed forests at low altitude (560 and 680 m) dominated by Quercus spp., Fraxinus ornus and Ostrya carpinifolia, and two spruce forests close to the ...

Author(s)
Bonavita, P.; Chemini, C.; Ambrosi, P.; Minerbi, S.; Salvadori, C.; Furlanello, C.
Citation
Chemosphere, 1998, 36, 4/5, pp 1055-1060
Abstract

Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is a keystone species in upper subalpine forests of the northern Rocky Mountains, Cascades, and Sierra Nevada in the USA and Canada, that has been declining because of recent mountain pine beetle (Dentroctonus ponderosae) and exotic blister rust (Cronartium...

Author(s)
Keane, R. E.
Publisher
Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, USA
Citation
Proceedings - Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service, 2000, No. RMRS-P-15(Vol. 3), pp 84-92
Abstract

The main objective of the research project is to develop market solutions and strategies for various forest outputs, which are considered to be not, or hardly, marketable. The phenomenon of 'public goods' is considered under dynamic conditions, in which marketability is rather a matter of product...

Author(s)
Mantau, U.; Mertens, B.; Welcker, B.; Malzburg, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Forest Policy and Economics, 2001, 3, 1/2, pp 45-53
Abstract

Antimicrobial resistance, an escalating problem worldwide, affects a broad range of human diseases. Excessive and inappropriate drug usage is the key driver for the emergence of resistant organisms. Travel, trade and mass migration form an important mode for their spread. The use of molecular...

Author(s)
Memish, Z. A.; Venkatesh, S.; Shibl, A. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 2003, 21, 2, pp 135-142
Abstract

The opening years of the new millennium have presented a new and worrisome possibility to the public, including travellers: the threat of deadly infectious diseases from biological agents being deliberately released. The possibility of bioterrorism had always seemed remote but the recent anthrax...

Author(s)
Venkatesh, S.; Memish, Z. A.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 2003, 21, 2, pp 200-206
Abstract

Comparisons of natural and managed forests suggest that neither single-species management nor conventional forestry is likely to successfully meet meeting broad and diverse conservation goals. Biocomplexity is important to ecosystem function and capacity to produce useful goods and services;...

Author(s)
Carey, A. B.
Publisher
Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Portland, USA
Citation
General Technical Report - Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, 2005, No.PNW-GTR-635, pp 227-234
Abstract

The chestnut is an important resource in the world both for its wide distribution and its economic and environmental role in many agroforestry systems. The oriental chestnut species Castanea mollissima, C. crenata and C. henryi, just like the European chestnut (C. sativa), have been used for...

Author(s)
Bounous, G.
Publisher
International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium
Citation
Acta Horticulturae, 2005, No.693, pp 33-40

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