Contribution of Poplars and Willows to Sustainable Forestry and Rural Development. Ball, J.; Carle, J.; and Del Lungo, A. 56(2):3–9.
Contribution of Poplars and Willows to Sustainable Forestry and Rural Development [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
An estimated 70 countries grow poplars and willows in mixtures with other natural forest species, in planted forests and as individual trees in the landscape (including agroforestry systems). Country reports to the International Poplar Commission (IPC) in 2004 indicated that their area exceeds 80 million hectares globally. The Russian Federation, Canada and the United States have the largest reported areas of naturally occurring poplar and willows, while China, India and Pakistan have the largest planted areas.
@article{ballContributionPoplarsWillows2005,
  title = {Contribution of Poplars and Willows to Sustainable Forestry and Rural Development},
  author = {Ball, Jim and Carle, Jim and Del Lungo, Alberto},
  date = {2005},
  journaltitle = {Unasylva},
  volume = {56},
  pages = {3--9},
  issn = {0041-6436},
  url = {http://mfkp.org/INRMM/article/13780044},
  abstract = {An estimated 70 countries grow poplars and willows in mixtures with other natural forest species, in planted forests and as individual trees in the landscape (including agroforestry systems). Country reports to the International Poplar Commission (IPC) in 2004 indicated that their area exceeds 80 million hectares globally. The Russian Federation, Canada and the United States have the largest reported areas of naturally occurring poplar and willows, while China, India and Pakistan have the largest planted areas.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13780044,ecosystem-services,forest-resources,populus-spp,salix-spp,sustainability},
  number = {2}
}
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