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Incorporating Carbon Credits into Breeding Objectives for Plantation Species in Australia

By Miloš Ivković, Keryn Paul and Tony McRae

Submitted: April 28th 2011Reviewed: November 1st 2011Published: April 25th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34120

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Miloš Ivković, Keryn Paul and Tony McRae (April 25th 2012). Incorporating Carbon Credits into Breeding Objectives for Plantation Species in Australia, Global Perspectives on Sustainable Forest Management Okia Clement Akais, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34120. Available from:

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