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Special Issue: Forests, People, and the Environment

Special Issue: Forests, People, and the Environment

6 June 2017 • Announcements & Notices
Southern Forests Vol 79 issue 2 is a special issue on Forests, People, and the Environment. Selected papers from the African Forest Forum workshop held on 4-5 September 2015 preceding the XIV World Forestry Congress...
AIDS at 35: A midlife crisis

AIDS at 35: A midlife crisis

28 December 2016 • Announcements & Notices
This year marks the 35th since AIDS was first identified and the epidemic now faces a “mid-life” crisis. “It seems to us it is time to take stock of both the successes we have met...
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