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Rich Forests has released the following publications:
Analogue Forestry (1998) - Senanayake And Jack
This 1998 book by Ranil Senanayake and John Jack is the first comprehensive look at analog forestry, providing its theoretical and practical underpinnings. Important for an advanced understanding of the analog forest methodology.
Senanayake, R. & Jack, J. (1998) Analogue Forestry: An Introduction. Monash Publications in Geography no. 49. Melbourne: Monash Print Services.
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