The area of concern of the study on renewable natural resources was the total range of living organisms providing man with food, fibers, drugs, etc., for his needs, but also including hazards to his health and welfare. Renewable Resources declares no detailed problem bearing on renewable natural resources seems at present in critical need of remedial program research, and the detection and accommodation of future specific research needs should be made the concern of a separate agency to keep the field under continuous surveillance.
Table of Contents
|SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS||1-18|
|WOODS HOLE CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE RESOURCES||19-106|
|Appendix 1: Research Problems and Needs||107-115|
|Appendix 2: Supplemental Statements||116-125|
|Appendix 3: Selected References||126-133|
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