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Volume 177, Number 1, 7 April 2003

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Editorial board
pp. iii-iii(1)

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Effects of nutrient and paper mill biosolids amendments on the growth and nutrient status of hardwood forests
pp. 95-116(22)
Authors: Feldkirchner, D.C.; Wang, C.; Gower, S.T.; Kruger, E.L.; Ferris, J.

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Vegetation and soil differences in ancient opposed to new forests
pp. 179-190(12)
Authors: Graae, B.J.; Sunde, P.B.; Fritzboger, B.

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The flora and carabid beetle fauna of a mature and regenerating semi-natural oak woodland in south-east Ireland
pp. 207-220(14)
Authors: Poole, A.; Gormally, M.; Sheehy Skeffington, M.

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Population dynamics of Garcinia lucida (Clusiaceae) in Cameroonian Atlantic forests
pp. 231-241(11)
Authors: Guedje, N.M.; Lejoly, J.; Nkongmeneck, B.; Jonkers, W.B.J.

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Role of wood in pumice-bed streams - II: Breakdown and colonisation
pp. 261-276(16)
Authors: Collier, K.J.; Smith, B.J.

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Imputing tree-lists from aerial attributes for complex stands of south-eastern British Columbia
pp. 277-285(9)
Authors: Temesgen, B.H.; LeMay, V.M.; Froese, K.L.; Marshall, P.L.

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Carbon storage along a stand development sequence in a New Zealand Nothofagus forest
pp. 313-321(9)
Authors: Davis, M.R.; Allen, R.B.; Clinton, P.W.

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Bark stripping preference of sika deer, Cervus nippon, in terms of bark chemical contents
pp. 323-331(9)
Authors: Ando, M.; Yokota, H.; Shibata, E.

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Performance of 31 tree species and soil conditions in a plantation established with saline irrigation
pp. 333-346(14)
Authors: Tomar, O.S.; Minhas, P.S.; Sharma, V.K.; Singh, Y.P.; Gupta, R.K.

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Improving hardwood afforestation success: an analysis of the effects of soil properties in southwestern Quebec
pp. 347-359(13)
Authors: Cogliastro, A.; Gagnon, D.; Daigle, S.; Bouchard, A.

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Biomass and morphology of Pinus radiata coarse root components in a sub-humid temperate silvopastoral system
pp. 387-397(11)
Authors: Gautam, M.K.; Mead, D.J.; Clinton, P.W.; Chang, S.X.

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Root distribution of Eucalyptus nitens and E. globulus in irrigated and droughted soil
pp. 399-407(9)
Authors: Moroni, M.T.; Worledge, D.; Beadle, C.L.

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Growth and effects of thinning of mixed and pure plantations with native trees in humid tropical Costa Rica
pp. 427-439(13)
Authors: Piotto, D.; Montagnini, F.; Ugalde, L.; Kanninen, M.

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Non-native plant invasions in managed and protected ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of the Colorado Front Range
pp. 515-527(13)
Authors: Fornwalt, P.J.; Kaufmann, M.R.; Huckaby, L.S.; Stoker, J.M.; Stohlgren, T.J.

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Seasonal changes in soil phosphorus and associated microbial properties under adjacent grassland and forest in New Zealand
pp. 539-557(19)
Authors: Chen, C.R.; Condron, L.M.; Davis, M.R.; Sherlock, R.R.

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No negative correlation between growth and resistance to multiple herbivory in a deciduous tree, Betula pendula
pp. 587-592(6)
Authors: Tikkanen O.-P.; Rousi, M.; Ylioja, T.; Roininen, H.

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