The Encyclopedia of Wood

The Encyclopedia of Wood

A Tree-by-tree Guide to the World's Most Versatile Resource

Book - 1989
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This reference work portrays the range of qualities and uses of over 150 of the world's most popular and frequently used types of wood. Arranged alphabetically, the book details the anatomy and life cycle of each tree, forest types around the world, the processes of felling, drying, cutting and grading, deforestation, conservation and the subtleties of grain, pattern and colour.
Publisher: Oxford, U.K. ; New York : Facts on File, c1989.
ISBN: 9780816021598
Branch Call Number: 674 Enc
Characteristics: 192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Walker, Aidan


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