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Volume 139, Number 1, 20 December 2000

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Salt tolerance screening of selected Australian woody species - a review
pp. 1-19(19)
Authors: Niknam, S.R.; McComb, J.

The effects of slash burning on the mortality and collapse of trees retained on logged sites in south-eastern Australia
pp. 51-61(11)
Authors: Gibbons, P.; Lindenmayer, D.B.; Barry, S.C.; Tanton, M.T.

Optimising seedling management: Pouteria sapota, Diospyros digyna, and Cedrela odorata in a Mexican rainforest
pp. 63-77(15)
Authors: Ricker, M.; Siebe, C.; B., S.S.; Shimada, K.; Larson, B.C.; Martnez-Ramos, M.; Montagnini, F.

Effects of soil fertility and land-use on forest succession in Amazonia
pp. 93-108(16)
Authors: Moran, E.F.; Brondizio, E.S.; Tucker, J.M.; da Silva-Forsberg, M.C.; McCracken, S.; Falesi, I.

Top/root biomass ratio of a secondary mangrove (Ceriops tagal (Perr.) C.B. Rob.) forest
pp. 127-134(8)
Authors: Komiyama, A.; Havanond, S.; Srisawatt, W.; Mochida, Y.; Fujimoto, K.; Ohnishi, T.; Ishihara, S.; Miyagi, T.

Changes in fluxes of N and P in water draining a stand of Scots pine treated with sewage sludge
pp. 203-213(11)
Authors: Mitchell, D.S.; Edwards, A.C.; Ferrier, R.C.

Vegetation responses to helicopter and ground based logging in blackwater floodplain forests
pp. 215-225(11)
Authors: Jones, R.H.; Stokes, S.L.; Lockaby, B.G.; Stanturf, J.A.

The cost of carbon retention by reduced impact logging
pp. 237-255(19)
Authors: Healey, J.R.; Price, C.; Tay, J.

Nutrient cycling in secondary forests in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica
pp. 257-278(22)
Authors: McDonald, M.A.; Healey, J.R.

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