Frontiers of Forestry in China
Frontiers of Forestry in China presents notable research by professors and students of Chinese Universities, facilitating exchanges between scientists in China and abroad. Its broad coverage reflects the diverse character of the field.
China’s unique forestry characteristics have inspired a number of notable publications, drawing interest from researchers around the world. Until now, few publications are available for the academic exchanges between Chinese and overseas scholars.
The journal covers a broad span of advanced theoretical and applied research, including forest ecology, silviculture, forest management, forest plant biology, tree physiology, landscape and ornamental horticulture, pest and disease control, information management, soil and water conservation, economics and management, wood sciences and technology, and forest products processing. Special attention is paid to interaction among different fields of forestry, and the cross-fertilization of ideas between disciplines.
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Goufang Shen (November 2009)
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