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Record #133980:

Allt mer skog blir papper / Susanne Liljenström.

Title: Allt mer skog blir papper / Susanne Liljenström.
Translated title: All the more woods become paper.
Author(s): Liljenström, Susanne.
Date: 1995.
Language: Swedish.
In: Sveriges Natur. (1995.), Vol. 3 (1995)
Abstract: Despite computers and electronic highways, we use more and more paper. Next fifty years paper usage is expected to increase by 75%. In hunting raw materials timber companies look at last primeval woods. At same time need grows to use woodlands in ecologically sustainable manner. Article concentrates on impact of Western and Japanese markets on Russian, and particularly Siberian, taiga.
Notes:

Sveriges Natur. Vol. 3 :16-18 (1995).

Keywords: 634.0 -- Forests and forestry.
634.0.8 -- Forest products and use.
674 -- Timber and woodwork industry.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 133980

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