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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.

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Volume 34, Number 9, September 2004

The accuracy of estimating individual tree variables with airborne laser scanning in a boreal nature reserve
pp. 1791-1801(11)
Authors: Maltamo, M; Mustonen, K; Hyyppä, J; Pitkänen, J; Yu, X

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Competition and facilitation in mixtures of aspen seedlings, alfalfa, and marsh reedgrass
pp. 1858-1869(12)
Authors: Powell, George W; Bork, Edward W

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Are temperate mixedwood forests perceived by birds as a distinct forest type?
pp. 1895-1907(13)
Authors: Girard, Caroline; Darveau, Marcel; Savard, Jean-Pierre L; Huot, Jean

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Loss and recovery of ecosystem carbon pools following stand-replacing wildfire in Michigan jack pine forests
pp. 1908-1918(11)
Authors: Rothstein, David E; Yermakov, Zhanna; Buell, Allison L

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Resistance of forest songbirds to habitat perforation in a high-elevation conifer forest
pp. 1919-1928(10)
Authors: Leupin, Ernest E; Dickinson, Thomas E; Martin, Kathy

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Error-in-variable method to estimate parameters for reciprocal base-age invariant site index models
pp. 1929-1937(9)
Authors: Wang, Yonghe; Huang, Shongming; Yang, Richard C; Tang, Shouzheng

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Short-term effects of cut-to-length versus full-tree harvesting on conifer regeneration in jack pine, mixedwood, and black spruce forests in Manitoba
pp. 1938-1945(8)
Authors: Waters, Isobel; Kembel, Steven W; Gingras, Jean-François; Shay, Jennifer M

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Conifer response to three silvicultural treatments in the Oregon Coast Range foothills
pp. 1967-1978(12)
Authors: Walter, Scott T; Maguire, Chris C

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Nonsymbiotic nitrogen fixation in 3-year-old Jeffrey pines and the role of elevated [CO2]
pp. 1979-1984(6)
Authors: Verburg, P S.; Cheng, W; Johnson, D W; Schorran, D E

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