The Encyclopedia of Wood: A Tree-by-tree Guide to the World\'s Most Versatile Resource

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    An invaluable reference for woodworkers, crafters, furniture designers, and home enthusiasts, this comprehensive guide helps readers discover one of our most beautiful natural resources and learn how to use and appreciate this wonderfully versatile material. The Encyclopedia of Wood, New Edition provides an A-to-Z directory featuring more than 150 of the world's most popular woods, with information on growth rate, distribution, key characteristics, working properties, and commercial uses. Each entry includes a detailed color photograph to show the tree's unique grain, pattern, figure, and color, providing a valuable visual resource for selecting timber. An informative introduction explains the anatomy and life cycle of trees as well as the process of producing boards and veneers, and examines essential conservation issues. Perfect for use in a range of applications, this richly illustrated guide is a one-stop resource to the remarkable world of wood.

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    Number of Pages: 192
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9780816061815
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    Listed in: Botany & plant sciences, DIY: carpentry & woodworking, Trees, wildflowers & plants
    Publisher: Facts on File Inc

    Books by Jane Marshall

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    RRP: £31.95

    Sale Price: £21.63

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