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../GIF/R0091B.JPG (13178 BYTES)An English-Spanish glossary
of terminology used in forestry, range, wildlife, fishery, soils, and botany
Glosario en Ingles-Espanol de terminologia usada en forestales, pastizales, fauna silvestre, pesqueria, suelos, y botanica


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USDA Forest Service
General Technical Report RM-152

United States
Department of Agriculture
Forest Service

Rocky Mountain
Forest and Range
Experiment Station

Fort Collins,
Colorado 80526

General Technical
Report RM- 152

January 1988

Alvin Leroy Medina, Range Scientist
Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station1

Reprinted with permission
by
PEACE CORPS
INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE
August 1994
R0091

1Headquarters is in Fort Collins, in cooperation with Colorado State University. The author is stationed in Tempe, in cooperation with Arizona State University.

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ABSTRACT

The English-Spanish/Spanish-English equivalent translations of scientific and management terms (jargon) commonly used in the field of natural resource management are presented. The glossary is useful in improving communications and fostering understanding between Spanish- and English-speaking persons.

Key Words: Bilingual glossary, animal names, botany, fishery, forestry, range, soils, wildlife


Contents


Acknowledgements

Reconocimiento

Foreword

Prologo

English-Spanish

Animals
Fishery
Botany
Forestry
Soil
Wildlife
Range

Espanol-Ingles

Animales
Pesquería
Botánica
Forestales
Suelos
Fauna silvestre
Pastízales