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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 4, April 2006

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Modeling seed-origin oak regeneration in the central Appalachians
pp. 833-844(12)
Authors: Gould, P J; Steiner, K C; McDill, M E; Finley, J C

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Economic analysis of health effects from forest fires
pp. 868-877(10)
Authors: Rittmaster, R; Adamowicz, W L; Amiro, B; Pelletier, R T

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Predicting survival of lodgepole pine stands infected with western gall rust
pp. 878-885(8)
Authors: Wolken, J M; Blenis, P V; Duncan, I

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Using bioeconomic models to assess research priorities: a case study on afforestation as a carbon sequestration tool
pp. 886-900(15)
Authors: McKenney, Daniel W; Yemshanov, Denys; Fox, Glenn; Ramlal, Elizabeth

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Landscape- and age-based factors affecting fungal colonization of conifer seedling roots at the alpine tree line
pp. 901-909(9)
Authors: Germino, Matthew J; Hasselquist, Niles J; McGonigle, Terence; Smith, William K; Sheridan, Peter P

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Effects of forest roads on the growth of adjacent lodgepole pine trees
pp. 919-929(11)
Authors: Bowering, Michael; LeMay, Valerie; Marshall, Peter

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Effects of precommercial thinning on tree growth and lumber quality in a jack pine stand in New Brunswick, Canada
pp. 945-952(8)
Authors: Zhang, S Y; Chauret, Gilles; Swift, D E.; Duchesne, Isabelle

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Using disaggregation to link individual-tree and whole-stand growth models
pp. 953-960(8)
Authors: Qin, Jianhua; Cao, Quang V

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Genetic variation in basal area increment phenology and its correlation with growth rate in loblolly and slash pine families and clones
pp. 961-971(11)
Authors: Emhart, Veronica I; Martin, Timothy A; White, Timothy L; Huber, Dudley A

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Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of black spruce differ between wetland and upland forests
pp. 972-985(14)
Authors: Robertson, Susan J; Tackaberry, Linda E; Egger, Keith N; Massicotte, Hugues B

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Boreal mixedwood tree growth on contrasting soils and disturbance types
pp. 986-995(10)
Authors: Martin, Jennifer L; Gower, Stith T

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A new spatial-attribute weighting function for geographically weighted regression
pp. 996-1005(10)
Authors: Shi, Haijin; Zhang, Lianjun; Liu, Jianguo

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A multivariate, nonparametric stem-curve prediction method
pp. 1017-1027(11)
Author: Lappi, Juha

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Fertilization and water stress interactions in young Eucalyptus grandis plants
pp. 1028-1034(7)
Authors: Graciano, Corina; Guiamet, Juan J; Goya, Juan F

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Clear-fell harvest impacts on biodiversity: past research and the search for harvest size thresholds
pp. 1035-1046(12)
Authors: Pawson, S M; Brockerhoff, E G; Norton, D A; Didham, R K

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Large herbivores control the invasive potential of nonnative Austrian black pine in a mixed deciduous Mediterranean forest
pp. 1047-1053(7)
Authors: Chauchard, Sandrine; Pille, Gaëlle; Carcaillet, Christopher

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