Lesser used wood species of Bolivia and their relevance to sustainable forest management

@inproceedings{Barany2003LesserUW,
  title={Lesser used wood species of Bolivia and their relevance to sustainable forest management},
  author={Marc Barany and Adam Hammett and Phil Araman},
  year={2003}
}
olivia has extensive forests. Many of these forests have been mined for three species of timber: mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), Spanish cedar (Cedrela odorata), and South American oak (Amburana cearensis). Extraction of these timber species has helped the Bolivian economy generate foreign exchange and cope with past economic crises. However, the sector is now faced with a new challenge: the forests of Boliviaareunable tosupply international markets with traditional species due to previous… CONTINUE READING