Dictionary of Forestry
Dictionnaire de la Foresterie
A unique, completely bilingual reference tool, providing definitions in two languages for some 5250 terms in the broad field of forestry. Definitions from close to 340 sources, known for their credibility, in some 50 forest-related disciplines, including: botany, climatology, forest ecology, forest entomology and pathology, forest fire management, forest geomatics, forest meteorology and hydrology, forest soils and geomorphology, forest surveys and mensuration, genetics and tree improvement, harvesting and forest operations, integrated forest management, photogrammetry and remote sensing, physico-mechanical properties of wood, processing: panels, pulp and paper, sawing, silviculture, tree physiology, urban forestry and arboriculture, wood anatomy and structure.
The Dictionary of Forestry is an indispensable work tool for managers, researchers, teachers, students, applied scientists, forest engineers and technicians who must, in their day-to-day work, use terminology that reflects today's ever-changing world of forestry.
Avant-propos / Foreword
Remerciements / Acknowledgments
Termes francais / French terms
Termes anglais / English terms
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