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Volume 35, Number 10, October 2005

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Comparison of three sampling methods in the characterizationof cork oak stands for management purposes
pp. 2295-2303(9)
Authors: Paulo, Maria João; Tomé, Margarida; Otten, Albert; Stein, Alfred

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The development of a timber allocation model using data envelopment analysis
pp. 2304-2315(12)
Authors: Marinescu, Marian V; Sowlati, Taraneh; Maness, Thomas C

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Tree growth and mortality after small-group harvesting in New Zealand old-growth Nothofagus forests
pp. 2323-2331(9)
Authors: Wiser, Susan K; Allen, Robert B; Benecke, Udo; Baker, Gordon; Peltzer, Duane

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Does steep terrain influence tree stability? A field investigation
pp. 2360-2367(8)
Authors: Nicoll, Bruce C; Achim, Alexis; Mochan, Shaun; Gardiner, Barry A

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Growth and yield of all-aged Douglas-fir – western hemlock forest stands: a matrix model with stand diversity effects
pp. 2368-2381(14)
Authors: Liang, Jingjing; Buongiorno, Joseph; Monserud, Robert A

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Stratified forest inventory estimation with mapped plots
pp. 2382-2386(5)
Author: Van Deusen, Paul C

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Foraging patterns of pileated woodpeckers in a managed Acadian forest: a resource selection function
pp. 2387-2393(7)
Authors: Lemaître, Jérôme; Villard, Marc-André

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Growth responses to commercial thinning in Douglas-fir stands with varying severity of Swiss needle cast in Oregon, USA
pp. 2394-2402(9)
Authors: Mainwaring, Douglas B; Maguire, Douglas A; Kanaskie, Alan; Brandt, Jeff

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Seasonal precipitation in the south-central Helan Mountain region, China, reconstructed from tree-ring width for the past 224 years
pp. 2403-2412(10)
Authors: Liu, Yu; Cai, Qiufang; Shi, Jiangfeng; Hughes, M K; Kutzbach, J E; Liu, Zhengyu; Ni, Fenbiao; An, Zhisheng

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The physiological responses of oak seedlings to warm storage
pp. 2413-2422(10)
Authors: Cabral, Raquel; O'Reilly, Conor

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Prediction of loblolly pine wood properties using transmittance near-infrared spectroscopy
pp. 2423-2431(9)
Authors: Sykes, Robert; Li, Bailian; Hodge, Gary; Goldfarb, Barry; Kadla, John; Chang, H -m

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Nutrient and hormone levels in Douglas-fir corrosion cavities, megagametophytes, and embryos during embryony
pp. 2447-2456(10)
Authors: Carman, John G; Reese, Gordon; Fuller, Rodney J; Ghermay, Timnit; Timmis, Roger

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Forest-floor chemical properties are altered by clear-cutting in boreal mixedwood forest stands dominated by trembling aspen and white spruce
pp. 2457-2468(12)
Authors: Hannam, K D; Quideau, S A; Kishchuk, B E; Oh, S -W; Wasylishen, R E

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Size–density metrics, leaf area, and productivity in eastern white pine
pp. 2469-2478(10)
Authors: Innes, J C; Ducey, M J; Gove, J H; Leak, W B; Barrett, J P

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A comparison of gap characteristics in mixedwood old-growth forests in eastern and western Quebec
pp. 2510-2514(5)
Authors: Messier, Julie; Kneeshaw, Daniel; Bouchard, Mathieu; Römer, André d.

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Attributes of forest strips used by snowshoe hare in winter within clear-cut boreal landscapes
pp. 2521-2527(7)
Authors: Potvin, François; Bertrand, Normand; Ferron, Jean

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