Indian Forestry

@article{BrandisIndianF,
  title={Indian Forestry},
  author={D. Brandis},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={63},
  pages={597-601}
}
BEFORE retiring from the Indian Forest Service the author obtained the sanction of Government to the publication of this volume, which contains a brief description of the forests and a sketch of the introduction and growth of forestry in the British Indian Empire. In the preface he says: “My career in the Indian Forest Service has extended over thirty-three years, and though I was not in the country when regular forest conservancy was first introduced, I arrived when it was still quite a small… 
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