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Tasmania-Commonwealth Regional Forest Agreement : supplement to Environment & Heritage report Vol. VI : processes and guidelines for determining the conservation requirements for priority flora and fauna species in the Tasmanian comprehensive regional assessment / Tasmanian Public Land Use Commission
Bib ID 1660220
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Tasmanian Public Land Use Commission
 
Online Versions
Description Hobart, Tas. : Tasmanian Land Use Commission in conjunction with Commonwealth Forests Taskforce, 1997 
iii, 37 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724646205
Notes

"April 1997"

Includes appendices.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-34).

Subjects Forest products industry -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Forest conservation -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Forest management -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Land use -- Government policy -- Tasmania.
Other authors/contributors Commonwealth Forests Taskforce
Also Titled

Regional Forest Agreement

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