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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Role of tree stand evapotranspiration in maintaining satisfactory drainage conditions in drained peatlands
pp. 1485-1496(12)
Authors: Sarkkola, Sakari; Hökkä, Hannu; Koivusalo, Harri; Nieminen, Mika; Ahti, Erkki; Päivänen, Juhani; Laine, Jukka

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Fire-scar formation in Jeffrey pine – mixed conifer forests in the Sierra San Pedro Mártir, Mexico
pp. 1497-1505(9)
Authors: Stephens, Scott L.; Fry, Danny L.; Collins, Brandon M.; Skinner, Carl N.; Franco-Vizcaíno, Ernesto; Freed, Travis J.

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Modeling and forecasting pine sawtimber stumpage prices in the US South by various time series models
pp. 1506-1516(11)
Authors: Mei, Bin; Clutter, Michael; Harris, Thomas

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Modeling mortality in mixed-species stands of coastal British Columbia
pp. 1517-1528(12)
Authors: Rathbun, Leah C.; LeMay, Valerie; Smith, Nick

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Tree-ring evidence of larch sawfly outbreaks in western Labrador, Canada
pp. 1542-1549(8)
Authors: Nishimura, Peter H.; Laroque, Colin P.

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Determining the main and interactive effect of age and clone on wood density, microfibril angle, and modulus of elasticity for Pinus radiata
pp. 1550-1557(8)
Authors: Watt, Michael S.; Sorensson, Charles; Cown, Dave J.; Dungey, Heidi S.; Evans, Robert

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Optimal white spruce breeding zones for Ontario under current and future climates
pp. 1576-1587(12)
Authors: Thomson, Ashley M.; Crowe, Kevin A.; Parker, William H.

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Sampling gap fraction and size for estimating leaf area and clumping indices from hemispherical photographs
pp. 1588-1603(16)
Authors: Gonsamo, Alemu; Walter, Jean-Michel N.; Pellikka, Petri

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Characteristics of downed wood across headwater riparian ecotones: integrating the stream with the riparian area
pp. 1604-1614(11)
Authors: Holmes, Kathryn L.; Goebel, P. C.; Morris, Arthur E.L.

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Fuel treatments reduce the severity of wildfire effects in dry mixed conifer forest, Washington, USA
pp. 1615-1626(12)
Authors: Prichard, Susan J.; Peterson, David L.; Jacobson, Kyle

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Acer saccharum response to concurrent disturbances: the importance of stem layering as an adaptive trait
pp. 1627-1635(9)
Authors: Holmes, Stacie A.; Webster, Christopher R.

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An inventory-based approach for modeling single-tree storm damage — experiences with the winter storm of 1999 in southwestern Germany
pp. 1636-1652(17)
Authors: Schmidt, Matthias; Hanewinkel, Marc; Kändler, Gerald; Kublin, Edgar; Kohnle, Ulrich

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Breeding against dothistroma needle blight of radiata pine in Australia
pp. 1653-1660(8)
Authors: Ivković, Miloš; Baltunis, Brian; Gapare, Washington; Sasse, Jo; Dutkowski, Gregory; Elms, Stephen; Wu, Harry

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Effect of growth suppression and release on strength and specific gravity of yellow-poplar
pp. 1661-1670(10)
Authors: Mettanurak, Thammarat; Zink-Sharp, Audrey; Copenheaver, Carolyn A.; Zedaker, Shepard M.

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The serpentine syndrome below ground: ectomycorrhizas and hypogeous fungi associated with conifers
pp. 1671-1679(9)
Authors: Gladish, Sandra; Frank, Jonathan; Southworth, Darlene

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Contributions of harvest slash to maintaining downed woody debris in selection-managed forests
pp. 1680-1685(6)
Authors: Vanderwel, Mark C.; Thorpe, Hilary C.; Caspersen, John P.

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