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The Eucalyptus: A Natural and Commercial History of the Gum Tree (Center Books in Natural History)

Doughty, Professor Robin W.

Verlag: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000
ISBN 10: 0801862310 / ISBN 13: 9780801862311
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Verlag: The Johns Hopkins University Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 2000

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For some, eucalypts are the tree of the future: easily established, quick to grow, and intensively cultivated. For others, eucalypts are a blight upon native landscapes and the livelihoods of indigenous people. This book tells the story of how the eucalyptus--or "gum tree"--spread from its native ranges in Australia to diverse habitats throughout the world. First regarded as an exotic novelty and a popular ornamental in European botanical and residential gardens, the eucalyptus became, especially after World War II, the favored tree of the global pulpwood industry and international agroforesters.

Robin W. Doughty, one of the world's leading biogeographers, discusses various reasons for the tree's popularity throughout history, ranging from the merely aesthetic, to its purported malaria-countering character in swamps and bogs, to its ability to adapt and mature quickly as a source of timber and firewood--a fact which especially appealed to railroad companies in the nineteenth century. Turning to the last half of the twentieth century, Doughty raises important environmental, socioeconomic, and political issues surrounding the eucalypt. In developing nations in Latin America and Asia, for example, the accelerated establishment of eucalyptus plantations has led to a heated debate about their impact upon the environment and about the social consequences of encouraging expansion on both private and community lands.


Tells the story of how the eucalyptus tree in 150 years went from native Australian plant to a favored tree of the global pulpwood industry and international agroforesters

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