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The rehabilitation of degraded subtropical natural forests is a global concern. A detailed assessment of their structure is a challenging and costly prerequisite because diverse structures exist depending on the cause and degree of degradation. Recent remote sensing concepts and technologies...
A 2017 paper intended to assist climate-change studies concluded that provenances of the widely distributed Eucalyptus tereticornis ‘are not differentiated in their thermal responses’ in terms of photosynthesis, respiration and growth. The aim here was to place this surprising result, based on a...
Precise information on the origin of timber can be obtained by using an identifier system, which can help in preventing illegal logging, managing timber supply chains and increasing value adding. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is increasingly used in log-tracking systems. The RFID tags...
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