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Published since 1971, this monthly journal features articles, reviews, notes and commentaries on all aspects of forest science, including biometrics and mensuration, conservation, disturbance, ecology, economics, entomology, fire, genetics, management, operations, pathology, physiology, policy, remote sensing, social science, soil, silviculture, wildlife and wood science, contributed by internationally respected scientists. It also publishes special issues dedicated to a topic of current interest.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 33, Number 7, July 2003

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An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen
pp. 1169-1179(11)
Authors: Frey, Brent R; Lieffers, Victor J; Landhäusser, Simon M; Comeau, Phil G; Greenway, Ken J

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The influence of partial harvesting and forest floor disturbance on nutrient availability and understory vegetation in boreal mixedwoods
pp. 1180-1188(9)
Authors: Frey, Brent R; Lieffers, Victor J; Munson, Alison D; Blenis, Peter V

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A chronosequence of wood decomposition in the boreal forests of Russia
pp. 1211-1226(16)
Authors: Yatskov, Mikhail; Harmon, Mark E; Krankina, Olga N

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Are mixed-species stands more productive than single-species stands: an empirical test of three forest types in British Columbia and Alberta
pp. 1227-1237(11)
Authors: Chen, H YH; Klinka, K; Mathey, A -H; Wang, X; Varga, P; Chourmouzis, C

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Stand structure governs the crown collisions of lodgepole pine
pp. 1238-1244(7)
Authors: Rudnicki, Mark; Lieffers, Victor J; Silins, Uldis

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Optimizing nitrogen loading of Picea mariana seedlings during nursery culture
pp. 1287-1294(8)
Authors: Salifu, K F; Timmer, V R

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Stem hydraulic properties and growth in lodgepole pine stands following thinning and sway treatment
pp. 1295-1303(9)
Authors: Liu, Xiaodong; Silins, Uldis; Lieffers, Victor J; Man, Rongzhou

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Changes in needle morphology of shade-tolerant seedlings after partial overstory canopy removal
pp. 1315-1322(8)
Authors: Youngblood, Andrew; Ferguson, Dennis E

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Tree canopy displacement and neighborhood interactions
pp. 1323-1330(8)
Authors: Muth, Christine C; Bazzaz, F A

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Families of loblolly pine that are the most stable for resistance to fusiform rust are the least predictable
pp. 1335-1339(5)
Authors: McKeand, S E; Amerson, H V; Li, B; Mullin, T J

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