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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 36, Number 2, February 2006

The ecology of forest insect invasions and advances in their management
pp. 263-268(6)
Authors: Brockerhoff, Eckehard G; Liebhold, Andrew M; Jactel, Hervé

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A lack of native congeners may limit colonization of introduced conifers by indigenous insects in Europe
pp. 299-313(15)
Authors: Roques, Alain; Auger-Rozenberg, Marie-Anne; Boivin, Solen

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Tree species diversity reduces the invasibility of maritime pine stands by the bast scale, Matsucoccus feytaudi (Homoptera: Margarodidae)
pp. 314-323(10)
Authors: Jactel, H; Menassieu, P; Vetillard, F; Gaulier, A; Samalens, J C; Brockerhoff, E G

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Diversification of tree stands as a means to manage pests and diseases in boreal forests: myth or reality?
pp. 324-336(13)
Authors: Koricheva, Julia; Vehviläinen, Harri; Riihimäki, Janne; Ruohomäki, Kai; Kaitaniemi, Pekka; Ranta, Hanna

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Pheromone-based disruption of Eucosma sonomana and Rhyacionia zozana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) using aerially applied microencapsulated pheromone
pp. 361-368(8)
Authors: Gillette, Nancy E; Stein, John D; Owen, Donald R; Webster, Jeffrey N; Mori, Sylvia R

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Historical disturbance regimes as a reference for forest policy in a multiowner province: a simulation experiment
pp. 401-417(17)
Authors: Thompson, Jonathan R; Johnson, K N.; Lennette, Marie; Spies, Thomas A; Bettinger, Pete

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Quantifying size-asymmetric growth among individual beech trees
pp. 418-425(8)
Authors: Nord-Larsen, Thomas; Damgaard, Christian; Weiner, Jacob

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Nonparametric estimation of stem volume using airborne laser scanning, aerial photography, and stand-register data
pp. 426-436(11)
Authors: Maltamo, M; Malinen, J; Packalén, P; Suvanto, A; Kangas, J

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Forest development following mudflow deposition, Mount St. Helens, Washington
pp. 437-449(13)
Authors: Weber, Marc H; Hadley, Keith S; Frenzen, Peter M; Franklin, Jerry F

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The vertical and horizontal distribution of roots in northern hardwood stands of varying age
pp. 450-459(10)
Authors: Yanai, Ruth D; Park, Byung B; Hamburg, Steven P

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Suillus tomentosus tuberculate ectomycorrhizal abundance and distribution in Pinus contorta woody debris
pp. 460-466(7)
Authors: Paul, Leslie R; Chapman, Bill K; Chanway, Christopher P

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Risk of extirpation for vertebrate species on an industrial forest in New Brunswick, Canada: 1945, 2002, and 2027
pp. 467-481(15)
Authors: Higdon, Jeff W; MacLean, David A; Hagan, John M; Reed, J M.

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The economics of site preparation and the impacts of current forest policy: evidence from central British Columbia
pp. 482-494(13)
Authors: Hawkins, C B.; Steele, Thomas W; Letchford, Tony

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Planting black walnut in southern Ontario: midrotation assessment of growth, yield, and silvicultural treatments
pp. 495-504(10)
Authors: Pedlar, John H; McKenney, Daniel W; Fraleigh, Saul

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