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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 9, September 2006

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Influence of repeated fertilization on forest ecosystems: relative habitat use by snowshoe hares (Lepus americanus)
pp. 2080-2089(10)
Authors: Sullivan, Thomas P; Sullivan, Druscilla S; Lindgren, Pontus M.; Ransome, Douglas B

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Crown shyness in lodgepole pine stands of varying stand height, density, and site index in the upper foothills of Alberta
pp. 2104-2111(8)
Authors: Fish, Heather; Lieffers, Victor J; Silins, Uldis; Hall, Ronald J

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Use of amphibians to define riparian zones of headwater streams
pp. 2124-2130(7)
Authors: Perkins, D W; Hunter, Jr., M L

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Do small headwater streams have a riparian zone defined by plant communities?
pp. 2131-2140(10)
Authors: Hagan, John M; Pealer, Sacha; Whitman, Andrew A

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Post hoc blocking to improve heritability and precision of best linear unbiased genetic predictions
pp. 2141-2147(7)
Authors: Gezan, Salvador A; Huber, Dudley A; White, Timothy L

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Achieving higher heritabilities through improved design and analysis of clonal trials
pp. 2148-2156(9)
Authors: Gezan, Salvador A; White, Timothy L; Huber, Dudley A

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Recruitment of saproxylic beetles in high stumps created for maintaining biodiversity in a boreal forest landscape
pp. 2168-2178(11)
Authors: Schroeder, Leif M.; Ranius, Thomas; Ekbom, Barbara; Larsson, Stig

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Relationships between deer mice and downed wood in managed forests of southern British Columbia
pp. 2189-2203(15)
Authors: Craig, Vanessa J; Klenner, Walt; Feller, Michael C; Sullivan, Thomas P

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The economics of using forests to increase carbon storage
pp. 2223-2234(12)
Author: Boyland, Mark

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Influence of nutrition and stress on sugar maple at a regional scale
pp. 2235-2246(12)
Authors: Hallett, Richard A; Bailey, Scott W; Horsley, Stephen B; Long, Robert P

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Simulations of the influence of clear-cutting on the risk of wind damage on a regional scale over a 20-year period
pp. 2247-2258(12)
Authors: Zeng, Hongcheng; Peltola, Heli; Talkkari, Ari; Strandman, Harri; Venäläinen, Ari; Wang, Kaiyun; Kellomäki, Seppo

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Can forest management based on natural disturbances maintain ecological resilience?
pp. 2285-2299(15)
Authors: Drever, C R.; Peterson, Garry; Messier, Christian; Bergeron, Yves; Flannigan, Mike

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Nonconstituent species in soil seed banks as indicators of anthropogenic disturbance in forest fragments
pp. 2300-2316(17)
Authors: Lin, Luxiang; Cao, Min; He, Yongtao; Baskin, Jerry M; Baskin, Carol C

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Beneficial influence of plant neighbours on tree growth in drained forested peatlands: a case study
pp. 2341-2350(10)
Authors: Jutras, Sylvain; Hökkä, Hannu; Bégin, Jean; Plamondon, André P

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Is long primary growth associated with stem sinuosity in Douglas-fir?
pp. 2351-2356(6)
Authors: Gartner, Barbara L; Johnson, G R

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