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306241523 Letter to the editor.  
306241522 The Future of the World's Forests--Ideas vs Ideologies.  
306241521 Current status and future prospects for carbon forestry in Australia.  
Carbon forestry is part of a suite of land-based activities that can be used to mitigate carbon emissions, and also provide a range of other environmental co-benefits. Components are included in...
306241520 Future forestry employment and education.  
Formal and informal rules create an institutional framework that governs the operations of a democratic society. They require various forms of organisational structures to implement them. These are...
306241519 Public participation in commercial environments: critical reflections on community engagement methods used in the Australian plantation forestry industry.  
Social concerns surrounding commercial plantation forest management practices in Australia have resulted in calls for more participatory forms of forest management decision-making. Public...
306241518 Field testing Desire[R] delta trap and GLS sex pheromone lure system for measuring outbreak and basal populations of Uraba lugens Walker (Lepidoptera: Nolidae).  
In December 2009 and January 2010 an outbreak of Uraba lugens Walker (Lepidoptera: Nolidae), the gumleaf skeletonizer (GLS) that affects jarrah, Eucalyptus marginata, became apparent in...
306241517 Genetic variation in growth and stem straightness in Eucalyptus saligna trials in Fujian.  
Trials of two groups of Eucalyptus saligna families, with 84 open-pollinated families representing nine natural stand provenances from Australia, were established at three sites in central and...
306241516 A synthesis of outcomes from the Warra Silvicultural Systems Trial, Tasmania: safety, timber production, economics, biodiversity, silviculture and social acceptability.  
The Warra Silvicultural Systems Trial was established in southern Tasmania from 1998 to 2007 in tall wet Eucalyptus obliqua forest to compare seven alternatives to the traditional clear-fell, burn...
306241515 Engaging the public debate on the role of forest management in greenhouse gas mitigation.  
299759752 Regreening the Bare Hills--Tropical Forest Restoration in the Asia-Pacific Region.  
299759751 Protecting Western Australia's old-growth forests: the impact of 2001 policy changes.  
In 1999, the signing of a Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) between the Western Australian and Commonwealth governments generated a storm of political protest which subsequently contributed to a...
299759750 Development of sprouted stumps of Eucalyptus globulus and E. maidenii in Uruguay.  
Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus Labill. and E. globulus ssp. maidenii (Mueller) Kirkpatrick are two of the main plantation species used in Uruguay. When felled, stumps of these species have the...
299759749 Crown structure differences and dynamics in 100-year-old and old-growth Eucalyptus obliqua trees.  
The crown structures of eight old-growth (~450 y) and eight 100-y-old intermixed Eucalyptus obliqua trees at Warra LTER, southern Tasmania, were mapped by direct climbing and vector-based surveys....
299759748 The effects of cording, timber load and soil gravel content on soil compaction during timber harvesting on moist soils.  
Timber harvesting with heavy machinery can cause long-lasting compaction of forest soils, adversely affecting soil processes such as infiltration and respiration that are fundamental to forest...
299759747 An exploratory study of community expectations regarding public forests in Western Australia.  
For much of the 20th century the management of public forests in Western Australia focused on timber production and economic outputs. Shifts in environmental attitudes over the last four decades...
299759746 Variation in anatomical properties and correlations with wood density and compressive strength in Casuarina equisetifolia growing in Bangladesh.  
Variation in anatomical properties and relationships with air-dry density and compressive strength were examined in wood of 10-y-old Casuarina equisetifolia. Average vessel diameter increased...
299759745 Australian carbon biosequestration and bioenergy policy co-evolution: mechanisms, mitigation and convergence.  
The intricacies of international land-use change and forestry policy reflect the temporal, technical and political difficulty of integrating biological systems and climate change mitigation....
299759744 Employment of indigenous Australians in the forestry sector: a case study from northern Queensland.  
There are compelling reasons to encourage the employment of Indigenous Australians in the forestry sector. The benefits of, and constraints to, Indigenous employment in the sector were examined...
299759743 History and heritage.  
284937802 Response to Jim Douglas's rejoinder to my comments on his guest editorial in Australian Forestry.  
284937801 Rejoinder to Mark Poynter's comments on the guest editorial by Jim Douglas (Australian Forestry June 2011).  
284937800 Fire frequency in south-eastern Tasmania.  
We agree with von Platen et al. (2011) that an understanding of fire history is important in considering fire regimes for conservation. However, their contribution indicates a lack of understanding...
284937799 Burning Issues: Sustainability and Management of Australian Forests.  
284937798 Analysis of the resourcing and containment of multiple remote fires: the Great Divide Complex of fires, Victoria, December 2006.  
The Great Divide Complex of fires started from 66 lightning strikes across the Great Dividing Range in Victoria on 1 December 2006 and eventually burned 1 048 410 ha over the following two months....
284937797 Fire management strategies for Pinus radiata plantations near urban areas.  
The western suburbs of Canberra were established in the 1970s adjacent to the Stromlo pine plantation with interface treeless buffer widths of between 55 and 82 m. Bushfires in 2001 and 2003 that...
284937796 Variation in green density and moisture content of radiata pine trees in the Hume region of New South Wales.  
Variation in green density and moisture content are relevant for log transport planning, weight-scaling systems, lumber drying and dynamic assessment of stiffness. The lack of published...
284937795 Sorting Eucalyptus nitens plantation logs using acoustic wave velocity.  
Acoustic wave velocity (AWV) was evaluated as a predictor of wood stiffness in plantation-grown Eucalyptus nitens. To represent the resource currently being directed to the structural timber...
284937794 Contested forestries, contested educations: a centenary reflection.  
The first 50 years of Australian forestry education was, like the present, a period of conflict and change in forestry, and of fierce contests about how education should be conducted. Colonial...
284937793 The effect of gap size on growth and species composition of 15-year-old regrowth in mixed blackbutt forests.  
In north-eastern New South Wales (NSW) the Regional Forest Agreement process has transferred more than 400 000 ha of state forests to national park, and restricted silviculture to 'single...
284937792 The House of Representatives inquiry and the future of forestry.  
276438088 Wildfires, not logging, cause landscape traps.  
276438087 Response to Jim Douglas's Guest Editorial, Australian Forestry June 2011.  
276438086 Silvicultural impacts in jarrah forest of Western Australia: synthesis, evaluation, and policy implications of the FORESTCHECK monitoring project of 2001-2006.  
This paper, the final in a series of ten papers that report the impact of silvicultural treatments (harvesting and associated burning) in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest, reviews these papers...
276438085 FORESTCHECK: terrestrial vertebrate associations with fox control and silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
Terrestrial vertebrate associations with silviculture and other factors were investigated as part of the FORESTCHECK monitoring program in the jarrah (Eucalytpus marginata) forests of south-west...
276438084 FORESTCHECK: the response of birds to silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
In the five-year period from 2001 to 2006, 48 monitoring grids comprising the FORESTCHECK initiative were established in open eucalypt (jarrah, Eucalyptus marginata) forest in south-west Western...
276438083 FORESTCHECK: the response of macro-invertebrates to silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
The response of invertebrates to silvicultural treatments (including timber harvesting and post-harvest burning) was examined as part of the Forestcheck monitoring project in the jarrah...
276438082 FORESTCHECK: the response of lichens and bryophytes to silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
The effect of silvicultural treatments on lichen, moss and liverwort communities was investigated as a component of the Forestcheck monitoring project in jarrah forest of south-west Western...
276438081 FORESTCHECK: the response of epigeous macrofungi to silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
Species richness, abundance and composition of epigeous macrofungi were monitored at 48 grids across four jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest ecosystems in south-west Western Australia as part of...
276438080 FORESTCHECK: the response of vascular flora to silviculture in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest.  
Forest understorey vascular plants were monitored across a sequence of time since treatment to assess the effects of silviculture (timber harvesting and regeneration systems) in jarrah (Eucalyptus...
276438079 Intensity, extent and persistence of soil disturbance caused by timber harvesting in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest on FORESTCHECK monitoring sites.  
The intensity and extent of soil compaction caused by timber harvesting was examined in the jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest of south-west Western Australia. The extent of soil compaction...
276438078 Characteristics of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest at FORESTCHECK monitoring sites in south-west Western Australia: stand structure, litter, woody debris, soil and foliar nutrients.  
Species composition, size class distribution and developmental stage of canopy and mid-storey tree species were measured at 48 sampling grids in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest for the...
276438077 Integrated biodiversity monitoring for the jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest in south-west Western Australia: the FORESTCHECK project.  
The jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest in south-west Western Australia is managed for a variety of land uses and supports a rich biodiversity recognised as being of national and...
276438076 The FORESTCHECK project.  
271593770 Reflections on reflections.  
271593769 Eucalypts: A Celebration.  
271593768 Forest valuation: a primer.  
Forest valuation has become increasingly important. More and more forests are changing ownership and Australian corporations law requires companies owning and managing forests to incorporate the...
271593767 Variable retention silviculture in Tasmania's wet forests: ecological rationale, adaptive management and synthesis of biodiversity benefits.  
The recognition that biodiversity conservation requires more than a system of reserves has led to the need to consider the outcomes of land management actions, such as timber harvesting, in the...
271593766 Variation in growth and Quambalaria tolerance of clones of Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata planted on four contrasting sites in north-eastern NSW.  
Genetic parameters, including heritabilities, trait--trait correlations and across-site correlations for growth traits and quambalaria shoot blight damage were estimated in four Corymbia citriodora...
271593765 Variation in mammal browsing damage between eucalypt plantations in Tasmania, and attempts to associate the variation with environmental features.  
Mammal browsing damage to Eucalyptus nitens and E. globulus seedlings in 23 eucalypt plantations throughout Tasmania was surveyed over time by repeated visits. All sites were planted with no...
271593764 Using an IML-Resi drill to assess wood density in Eucalyptus globulus subsp. pseudoglobulus.  
Evaluating the wood density of standing trees quickly, cheaply and reliably with a minimum of damage is clearly of benefit to wood producers. In this study an IML-Resi F300S field tool, which is...