Lessons from the past: forests and biodiversity

Abstract

The biodiversity of forested regions today is the result of complex historical interactions among physical, biological, and social forces over time, often heavily influenced by cycles of various sorts. Fire, agriculture technology, and trade have been particularly powerful human influences on forests. Virtually all of our planet's forests have been affected… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00115329

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@article{McNeely2004LessonsFT, title={Lessons from the past: forests and biodiversity}, author={Jeffrey A. McNeely}, journal={Biodiversity & Conservation}, year={2004}, volume={3}, pages={3-20} }