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Forestry: Books

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Forestry Books

Find books on Forestry in the Radcliffe Science Library at these shelf marks:

HD9750-HD9769 Forest products

QH541.5.R27 Tropical rainforests

S590-S599 Forest soils

SB345 Arboriculture

SB745 Air pollution and forests

SD139-SD247.5 History of forestry, forest conditions by region, country

SD373 Forestry - general works

SD387 A-Z Special aspects of forestry

SD390-4SD10.9 Silviculture

SD397 A-Z Description of individual species or groups

SD411 Conservation and protection

SD419 Forest fires

SD430 Exploitation and utilization

SD565-669.5 Forest policy by country

Electronic Legal Deposit

You may find items on SOLO with an 'online access is restricted' notice. The Bodleian receives a copy of every item published in the UK and the Republic of Ireland through "legal deposit" legislation  Items which are received electronically are subject to restrictions:

  • They may only be used on Bodleian Libraries' workstations (not your own computer)
  • You may not save these items or copy and paste from them
  • Only one person at a time can view each item

Many of these items are also available as regular e-journals or e-books which face far fewer restrictions.  To avoid restricted items look out for the green Online access label.

Find out more about Legal Deposit and finding alternative copies of restricted items.

Finding books for Forestry

Search SOLO to find hardcopy books and ebooks.

You can search by Author, Title or Subject and limit to the Radcliffe Science Library (RSL).

You can also use SOLO to order off-site material, check your library account and renew your books on-line.

Here's a Guide to using SOLO.


The Libraries offer access to a wide variety of ebook packages. Further information about using ebooks can be found on the E-Books Library Guide.

Individual book titles can be searched for via the catalaogue, SOLO.

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