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The Imperial Forestry Institute

Nature volume 119, page 197 (05 February 1927) | Download Citation

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IF under "Treasury" Prof. Troup includes the Colonial Office and Forestry Commission (the latter two offices defraying the bulk of the expenses of the Institute at present), the tax-payer, whether in Britain or overseas, will be relieved to have the assurance.

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