|Rehabilitation of Degraded Forests in Asia (World Bank, 1995)|
Ajit K. Banerjee
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Ajit K. Banerjee is a senior forestry specialist in the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Asia Technical Department of the World Bank.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Banerjee, Ajit Kumar, 1931
Rehabilitation of degraded forests in Asia / Ajit K. Banerjee.
(World Bank technical paper, ISSN 0253-7494; no. 270)
Includes bibliographical references (p. ).
1. Forest degradationAsia.
2. Forest degradation
Asia. 3. Forest policyAsia. 1. Title. 11.
634.9'56'095dc20 94 40154 CIP