Was lecturing at the Forestry Faculty of Stellenbosch University, 1961-77
Studied philosophy at the University of Copenhagen 1950/51, sciences at the
University of Cape Town in 1953, forestry at Stellenbosch University
1954-56 (three years), economics at the University of Stockholm and forest
economics at the Royal Swedish Forestry School 1957 and 1958. Obtained the
degree Doctor of Forest Science in Forest Economics from the latter
institution in 1970.
Mikael Grut lives in Wimbledon, England. He is married to Marina I. Grut (née Keet) from Stellenbosch. They have a daughter and two sons, all born in Stellenbosch, and six grandchildren.
Awarded Certificate as Founder Member of the Southern African Institute of Forestry, of which he is also a Life Member
Forestry and Forest Industry in South Africa
A.A. Balkema, Cape Town/Amsterdam, 1965
Pinus radiata, Growth and Economics
A.A. Balkema, Cape Town/Amsterdam, 1970
Forest Pricing and Concession Policies: Managing the High Forests of West
and Central Africa.
Co-authors: John A. Gray and Nicolas Egli. Publisher: World Bank (Technical Paper No. 143), Washington DC, 1991. ISSN: 0253-7494
Forest Production and Biodiversity Conservation in Ghana, and Proposed
International Support of Biodiversity Conservation.
Co-authors: William D. Hawthorne and Musah Abu-Juam
The Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE), London, 1998
. University College London and University of East Anglia (CSERGE Working Paper GEC 98-18). ISSN: 0967-8875
Gospel 2000 (as editor)
Cromwell Publishers (a division of First Century), London, 2001 ISBN: 1-901679-93-4
"Olof Wijk's North American Diary of 1829", edited and translated by Mikael
SAG Publications, P.O. Box 2186, Winter Park, Florida 32790-2186, USA; ISBN 0-9616105-2-2.
Notes by the specialist on Swedish-American history Dr Nils William Olsson.
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