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Volume 39, Number 1, January 2008

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Editorial / Éditorial
pp. iii-iii(1)
Author: Dancik, Bruce

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Impact of three silvicultural treatments on weevil incidence, growth, phenology, and branch-level dynamics of Pinus strobus from large and small populations
pp. 12-25(14)
Authors: Major, John E.; Mosseler, Alex; Barsi, Debby C.; Clouthier, Amanda; Campbell, Moira

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Differences in wood decay by Heterobasidion parviporum in cloned Norway spruce (Picea abies)
pp. 26-35(10)
Authors: Puentes Rodriguez, Y.; Zubizarreta Gerendiain, A.; Pappinen, A.; Peltola, H.; Pulkkinen, P.

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Epiphytic bryophytes in Canarian subtropical montane cloud forests: the importance of the time since disturbance and host identity
pp. 48-63(16)
Authors: Patiño, Jairo; González-Mancebo, Juana M.; Fernández-Palacios, José M.

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The effect of nursery substrate and fertilization on the growth and ectomycorrhizal status of containerized and outplanted seedlings of Picea abies
pp. 64-75(12)
Authors: Vaario, Lu-Min; Tervonen, Arja; Haukioja, Kati; Haukioja, Markku; Pennanen, Taina; Timonen, Sari

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Spatial distribution of forest landscape change in western New York from presettlement to the present
pp. 76-88(13)
Authors: Wang, Yi-Chen; Kronenfeld, Barry J.; Larsen, Chris P.S.

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Resistance to Gremmeniella abietina (European race, large tree type) in introduced Pinus contorta and native Pinus sylvestris in Sweden
pp. 89-96(8)
Authors: Bernhold, Andreas; Hansson, Per; Rioux, Danny; Simard, Marie; Laflamme, Gaston

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Spatial dynamics of radial growth and growth efficiency in residual Pinus resinosa following aggregated retention harvesting
pp. 109-117(9)
Authors: Powers, Matthew D.; Webster, Christopher R.; Pregitzer, Kurt S.; Palik, Brian J.

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Deadwood abundance in Labrador high-boreal black spruce forests
pp. 131-142(12)
Authors: Hagemann, Ulrike; Moroni, Martin T.; Makeschin, Franz

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Boreal forest provenance tests used to predict optimal growth and response to climate change: 2. Black spruce
pp. 143-153(11)
Authors: Thomson, Ashley M.; Riddell, Claire L.; Parker, William H.

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A bioeconomic approach to assess the impact of an alien invasive insect on timber supply and harvesting: a case study with Sirex noctilio in eastern Canada
pp. 154-168(15)
Authors: Yemshanov, Denys; McKenney, Daniel W.; de Groot, Peter; Haugen, Dennis; Sidders, Derek; Joss, Brent

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Erratum: Using fuel and weather variables to predict the sustainability of surface fire spread in maritime pine stands
pp. 198-198(1)
Authors: Fernandes, Paulo M.; Botelho, Hermínio; Rego, Francisco; Loureiro, Carlos

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