Forest management strategies for the lower South Coast region of New South Wales

@inproceedings{Reilly1978ForestMS,
  title={Forest management strategies for the lower South Coast region of New South Wales},
  author={John J. Reilly},
  year={1978}
}
The aim of the study was to develop a suitable economic model of wood production for application to land-use planning situations particularly in regions where forestry is already, or could be, prominently featured and where large areas of marginal farmland exist. The Lower South Coast was adopted as the Region on which to base the model. The investigation was divided into two parts; Part I, a comparative analysis of farming and forestry in the Region; and Part II, development of a linear… 
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