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Relationship of readings from the LI-COR canopy analyzer to total one-sided leaf area index and stand structure in immature Douglas-fir
Barclay, H.J.; Trofymow, J.A.
Biomass estimation and nutrient pools in four Quercus pyrenaica in Sierra de Gata Mountains, Salamanca, Spain
Santa Regina, I.
Spatiotemporal distribution of an ectomycorrhizal community in an oligotrophic Swedish Picea abies forest subjected to experimental nitrogen addition: above- and below-ground views
Jonsson, L.; Anders, D.; Tor-Erik, B.
Improving the quality of landscape ecological forest planning by utilising advanced decision-support tools
Kangas, J.; Store, R.; Leskinen, P.; Mehtatalo, L.
Sowing date, shade, and irrigation affect big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King)
Morris, M.H.; Negreros-Castillo, P.; Mize, C.
Foliar nutrient and tree growth response of mixed-conifer stands to three fertilization treatments in northeast Oregon and north central Washington
Garrison, M.T.; Moore, J.A.; Shaw, T.M.; Mika, P.G.
Individual variation in acorn production by five species of southern Appalachian oaks
Species differences in early growth and rust incidence of loblolly and slash pine
Lopez-Upton, J.; White, T.L.; Huber, D.A.
Farmers' attitude towards sustainable management of Soppina Betta forests in Sringeri area of the Western Ghats, South India
Venkatesh Nayak, S.N.; Ramachandra Swamy, H.; Nagaraj, B.C.; Rao, U.; Chandrashekara, U.M.
A case study in the use of threshold measures of hydrologic loading in the design of stream buffer strips
Growth and yield models for uneven-aged stands: past, present and future
Sampling and Statistical Methods for Behavioral Ecologists - J. Bart, M.A. Fligner and W.I. Notz, Cambridge University Press, 1998, £17.95, 330 pp. ISBN 0-521-45705-X.
Forests and Insects - A.D. Watt, N.E. Stork and M.D. Hunter (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997. US$ 126, 406 pp. ISBN 0-4127 9110-2.
Erratum to ''Effects of simulated acid rain on germination, foliar damage, chlorophyll contents and seedling growth of five hardwood species growing in China'' [Forest Ecology & Management, 126: 321-329]
Fan, H.B.; Wang, Y.H.
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