A guide to the use of Mexican and Belizean timbers
The problems of utilising the thousands of species of tree, found in tropical forests, in an efficient manner, to make useful products, have perplexed tropical foresters and wood-using industries for a long time. The number of species is large, the number of properties, which together determine whether a species is used for a particular end-use,is often quite large and the quantities available of anyone species at a particular time are often quite small.
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