Australia's forests at a glance is a pocket-book compendium of data and information about Australia's native forests and industrial plantations. The data presented have been previously published in detailed reports.
The pocket-book covers forest types, areas and how native forests - including old growth forests - are conserved and managed. It also covers wood harvesting, production and consumption of wood products and employment in the forestry and wood products industries, forest certification and codes of practice.
Australia's forests at a glance is published annually, except in years when Australia's State of the Forests Report is published.
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The current edition is Australia's forests at a glance 2015.