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See also Tropical Medicine.

Randall Baker. Environmental Management in the Tropics: An Historical Perspective. Taylor & Francis. 1992. 232pp.

Philip P. Boucher. France and the American Tropics to 1700: Tropics of Discontent?. JHU Press. 2008. 372pp.

Julian Evans; John Turnbull (editor). Plantation Forestry in the Tropics: The Role, Silviculture, and Use of Planted Forests for Industrial, Social, Environmental, and Agroforestry Purposes. Oxford University Press. 2004. 467pp.

Rob Glastra. Cut and Run: Illegal Logging and Timber Trade in the Tropics. International Development Research Centre. 1998. 112pp.

Robert Goodland (editor). Race to Save the Tropics: Ecology and Economics for a Sustainable Future. Island Press. 1990. 219pp.

B. W. Hodder. Economic Development in the Tropics. Methuen. 1968. 258pp.

John Kricher. A Neotropical Companion: An Introduction to the Animals, Plants, and Ecosystems of the New World Tropics. Princeton University Press. 1999. 504pp.

Geoff McDonald; Marcus Lane (editor). Securing the Wet Tropics? A Retrospective on Managing Australia's Tropical Rainforests. Federation Press. 2000. 252pp.

Patrick L. Osborne. Tropical Ecosystems and Ecological Concepts. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 464pp.

Julyan G. Peard. Race, Place, and Medicine: The Idea of the Tropics in Nineteenth-Century Brazil. Duke University Press. 1999. 315pp. Tropical medicine as a distinct discipline.

Richard P. Tucker. Insatiable Appetite: The United States and the Ecological Degradation of the Tropical World. University of California Press. 2000. 551pp.

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