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Chapter 2 - Sustainable Management of Planted Forests: Some Comparisons between Central Europe and the United States
by NIELS ELERS KOCH and J.P. SKOVSGAARD

Chapter 3 - Planted Forests of the Wet and Dry Tropics: Their Variety, Nature, and Significance
by JULIAN EVANS

Chapter 4 - Eucalypt Plantations
by JOHN W. TURNBULL

Chapter 6 - Loblolly-The Pine for the Twenty-first Century
by ROBERT P. SCHULTZ

Chapter 7 Planted Forests: Poplars
by PAUL E. HEILMAN

Chapter 8 - The Need for Planted Forests and the Example of Radiata Pine
by WILLIAM R. J. (WINK) SUTTON

Chapter 9 - Four Common Myths about Plantation Forestry
by REX B. MCCULLOUGH

Chapter 12 - Trees Outside Forests: Agro-, Community, and Urban Forestry
by ALAN J. LONG and P. K. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR

Chapter 15 - Multiple Rotation Yields for Intensively Managed Plantations in The Amazon Basin
by KENNETH L. MCNABB and LINEU H. WADOUSKI

Chapter 16 - Sustainable Management of Native and Exotic Plantations in Australia
by JOHN TURNER, STANLEY P. GESSEL, and MARCIA J. LAMBERT

Chapter 18 - Applications of Biotechnology for Forest Regeneration
by STEVEN C. GROSSNICKLE and BEN C. S. SUTTON

Chapter 19 - Vulnerability of Planted Forests to Biotic and Abiotic Disturbances
by PETER D. GADGIL and JOHN BAIN

Chapter 20 - On the Sustainable Productivity of Planted Forests
by ROBERT F. POWERS

Chapter 21 - How Can We Feign Sustainability with an Increasing Population?
by DAVID B. SOUTH

Chapter 26 - Small-Scale Planted Forests in Zululand, South Africa: An Opportunity for Appropriate Development
by GUY A. CELLIER

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