XIV WORLD FORESTRY CONGRESS, Durban, South Africa, 7-11 September 2015
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Lawson SS, Michler CH. 2014. Afforestation, restoration and regeneration - Not all trees are created equal. Journal of Forestry Research, 25(1): 3-20.
FAO, 2006a. Global Forest Resources Assessment 2005, FAO Forestry Paper 147. Available at: ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/008/a0400e [accessed 28.05.12]
Killham K. 1994. Soil ecology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 242 pp.
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Ward PC, Mawdsley W. 2000. Fire management in the boreal forests of Canada. In: E.S. Kasischke and B.J. Stocks (eds), Fire, climate change, and carbon cycling in the boreal forest. New York: Springer, pp. 66–84.
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Soni V. 2008. In–situ conservation of Commiphora wightii a red–listed medicinal plant species of Rajasthan state, India. Available at: http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/final_project_report_dr_vineet_ soni.pdf [accessed 28.05.12] ]