silviculturist
noun see silviculture

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • silviculturist — See silvicultural. * * * …   Universalium

  • silviculturist — noun Someone who practices silviculture; a forester …   Wiktionary

  • silviculturist — sil·vi·cul·tur·ist …   English syllables

  • silviculturist — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|kəlch(ə)rə̇st noun : a forester who specializes in silviculture …   Useful english dictionary

  • syl|vi|cul|tur|ist — «SIHL vuh KUHL chuhr ihst», noun. = silviculturist. (Cf. ↑silviculturist) …   Useful english dictionary

  • silviculture — noun Etymology: French, from Latin silva + cultura culture Date: 1880 a branch of forestry dealing with the development and care of forests • silvicultural adjective • silviculturally adverb • silviculturist noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Bertram E. Smythies — Bertram Evelyn (Bill) Smythies (11 July 1912 (Nainital, India) 27 June 1999 (Redhill, England)) was a British forester and ornithologist.Smythies was born in India, to E. A. Smythies, silviculturist of Uttar Pradesh and, in the 1940s, Chief… …   Wikipedia

  • Heinrich Cotta — Johann Heinrich Cotta (October 30, 1763 October 25, 1844) was a German silviculturist who was a native of Kleine Zillbach, near Wasungen, Thuringia. He was the father of geologist Bernhard von Cotta (1808 1879).Cotta initially learned forestry… …   Wikipedia

  • silviculture — silvicultural, adj. silviculturally, adv. silviculturist, n. /sil vi kul cheuhr/, n. the cultivation of forest trees; forestry. Also, sylviculture. [1875 80; < L silvi (see SILVICOLOUS) + CULTURE] * * * …   Universalium

  • Cotta — is the name of a well known publishing house of 19th century Germany, primarily developed by businessperson Johann Friedrich Cotta (1764 1832). Cotta is a surname: Aurelia Cotta (120 54 BC) was the mother of Julius Caesar. Bernhard von Cotta… …   Wikipedia

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