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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 38, Number 5, May 2008

Preface / Préface
pp. v-viii(4)
Author: Powers, Robert F

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Vegetation responses to stand structure and prescribed fire in an interior ponderosa pine ecosystem
pp. 909-918(10)
Authors: Zhang, Jianwei; Ritchie, Martin W.; Oliver, William W.

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Stability of the large tree component in treated and untreated late-seral interior ponderosa pine stands
pp. 919-923(5)
Authors: Ritchie, Martin W.; Wing, Brian M.; Hamilton, Todd A.

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Blacks Mountain Experimental Forest: bark beetle responses to differences in forest structure and the application of prescribed fire in interior ponderosa pine
pp. 924-935(12)
Authors: Fettig, Christopher J.; Borys, Robert R.; McKelvey, Stephen R.; Dabney, Christopher P.

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Response of small mammals to alternative stand structures in the mixed-conifer forest of northeastern California
pp. 943-955(13)
Authors: Maguire, Chris C.; Maguire, Douglas A.; Manning, Tom E.; Garber, Sean M.; Ritchie, Martin W.

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Response of forest soil Acari to prescribed fire following stand structure manipulation in the southern Cascade Range
pp. 956-968(13)
Authors: Camann, Michael A.; Gillette, Nancy E.; Lamoncha, Karen L.; Mori, Sylvia R.

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Response of ground-dwelling spider assemblages to prescribed fire following stand structure manipulation in the southern Cascade Range
pp. 969-980(12)
Authors: Gillette, Nancy E.; Vetter, Richard S.; Mori, Sylvia R.; Rudolph, Carline R.; Welty, Dessa R.

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Whitebark pine and white pine blister rust in the Rocky Mountains of Canada and northern Montana
pp. 982-995(14)
Authors: Wilson, Brendan; Rasheed, Salman; Walker, Robert C.; Carolin, Tara; Shepherd, Brenda; Smith, Cyndi M.

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Demographic history and interspecific hybridization of four Shorea species (Dipterocarpaceae) from Peninsular Malaysia inferred from nucleotide polymorphism in nuclear gene regions
pp. 996-1007(12)
Authors: Inomata, Nobuyuki; Yamazaki, Tsuneyuki; Ishiyama, Hiroko; Shukor, Nor A. A.; Szmidt, Alfred E.

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Nitrogen limitation in a sweetgum plantation: implications for carbon allocation and storage
pp. 1021-1032(12)
Authors: Norby, Richard J.; Iversen, Colleen M.

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Lichens on down wood in logged and unlogged forest stands
pp. 1033-1041(9)
Authors: Bunnell, Fred L.; Spribille, Toby; Houde, Isabelle; Goward, Trevor; Björk, Curtis

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Modeling percent stocking changes for lodgepole pine stands in Alberta
pp. 1042-1052(11)
Authors: Yang, Yuqing; Huang, Shongming

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Fungal and bacterial communities across meadow–forest ecotones in the western Cascades of Oregon
pp. 1053-1060(8)
Authors: Kageyama, Stacie A.; Posavatz, Nancy R.; Waterstripe, Kirk E.; Jones, Sarah J.; Bottomley, Peter J.; Cromack, Kermit; Myrold, David D.

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Differences in fibre properties in cloned Norway spruce (Picea abies)
pp. 1071-1082(12)
Authors: Zubizarreta Gerendiain, A.; Peltola, H.; Pulkkinen, P.; Jaatinen, R.; Pappinen, A.

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Decreased fire frequency and increased water levels affect riparian forest dynamics in southwestern boreal Quebec, Canada
pp. 1083-1094(12)
Authors: Denneler, Bernhard; Asselin, Hugo; Bergeron, Yves; Bégin, Yves

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Canadian national biomass equations: new parameter estimates that include British Columbia data
pp. 1123-1132(10)
Authors: Ung, Chhun-Huor; Bernier, Pierre; Guo, Xiao-Jing

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Epidemiology of Phytophthora ramorum in Oregon tanoak forests
pp. 1133-1143(11)
Authors: Hansen, E. M.; Kanaskie, A.; Prospero, S.; McWilliams, M.; Goheen, E. M.; Osterbauer, N.; Reeser, P.; Sutton, W.

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The effect of age and sample position on eucalypt tree-ring width series
pp. 1144-1158(15)
Authors: Brookhouse, Matthew; Brack, Cris

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Fire history and the establishment of oaks and maples in second-growth forests
pp. 1184-1198(15)
Authors: Hutchinson, Todd F.; Long, Robert P.; Ford, Robert D.; Sutherland, Elaine K.

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Genetic structures of common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) populations in Germany at sites differing in water regimes
pp. 1199-1210(12)
Authors: Dacasa Rüdinger, M. C.; Glaeser, J.; Hebel, I.; Dounavi, A.

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Climate sensitivity of trembling aspen radial growth along a productivity gradient in northeastern British Columbia, Canada
pp. 1211-1222(12)
Authors: Leonelli, Giovanni; Denneler, Bernhard; Bergeron, Yves

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Response of the cover of berry-producing species to ecological factors on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USA
pp. 1244-1259(16)
Authors: Suring, Lowell H.; Goldstein, Michael I.; Howell, Susan M.; Nations, Christopher S.

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Mycorrhizal fungal community relationship to root nitrogen concentration over a regional atmospheric nitrogen deposition gradient in the northeastern USA
pp. 1260-1266(7)
Authors: Lilleskov, Erik A.; Wargo, Philip M.; Vogt, Kristiina A.; Vogt, Daniel J.

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Carbon cycling along a gradient of beech bark disease impact in the Catskill Mountains, New York
pp. 1267-1274(8)
Authors: Arthur, Mary A.; Weathers, Kathleen C.; Lovett, Gary M.; Hancock, Jessica E.

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