World Forest History Series

The World Forest History Series aims to produce rigorous histories of forestry that inform contemporary environmental policy debates and provide enduring scholarly landmarks for future generations of historians and environmental researchers. Each book, published in hardcopy and available as a free electronic copy for download, is available to scholars and the public around the world. The series is affiliated with the Centre for Environmental History at The Australian National University.

Series editors

Gregory A Barton
Professor of History, University of Western Sydney
Affiliate, Centre for Environmental History, The Australian National University

Brett M Bennett
Senior Lecturer in History, University of Western Sydney
Affiliate, Centre for Environmental History, The Australian National University

Please note: The following list of titles is sorted by publication date, with the most recent first.

Forestry and Water Conservation in South Africa »

History, Science and Policy

Authored by: Brett Bennett, Fred Kruger
ISSN (print): 9781925022834
ISSN (online): 9781925022841
Publication date: November 2015

Conquering the Highlands »

A history of the afforestation of the Scottish uplands

Authored by: Jan Oosthoek
ISSN (print): 9781922144782
ISSN (online): 9781922144799
Publication date: February 2013

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