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|Title:||Discussion of the implications of the report on Biological Conservation of the South East Forests|
|Abstract:||Federal and State governments are faced with increasingly difficult decisions about the fate of Australia's remaining old-growth forests. The justification for continued logging in many of these is that timber harvesting and the full range of plants and animals can happily coexist. Provided by MICAH|
Joint scientific committee on Biological Conservation of the South East forests
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