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Volume 40, Number 11, November 2010

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Effects of exchange rate volatility on export volume and prices of forest products
pp. 2069-2081(13)
Authors: Zhang, Sijia; Buongiorno, Joseph

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The tree mortality regime in temperate old-growth coniferous forests: the role of physical damage
pp. 2091-2103(13)
Authors: Larson, Andrew J.; Franklin, Jerry F.

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Estimating the consequences of wildfire for wildfire risk assessment, a case study in the southern Gulf Islands, British Columbia, Canada
pp. 2104-2114(11)
Authors: Tutsch, Matthew; Haider, Wolfgang; Beardmore, Ben; Lertzman, Kenneth; Cooper, Andrew B.; Walker, Robert C.

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Testing the environmental prediction hypothesis for mast-seeding in California oaks
pp. 2115-2122(8)
Authors: Koenig, Walter D.; Knops, Johannes M.H.; Carmen, William J.

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The role of soil drainage class in carbon dioxide exchange and decomposition in boreal black spruce (Picea mariana) forest stands
pp. 2123-2134(12)
Authors: Wickland, Kimberly P.; Neff, Jason C.; Harden, Jennifer W.

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Forest carbon stocks in Newfoundland boreal forests of harvest and natural disturbance origin II: model evaluation
pp. 2146-2163(18)
Authors: Moroni, M. T.; Shaw, C. H.; Kurz, W. A.; Rampley, G. J.

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Elevational gradients of bryophyte diversity, life forms, and community assemblage in the southern Appalachian Mountains
pp. 2164-2174(11)
Authors: Stehn, Sarah E.; Webster, Christopher R.; Glime, Janice M.; Jenkins, Michael A.

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Modeling individual conifer seed shape as a sum of fused partial ellipsoids
pp. 2175-2186(12)
Authors: Keefe, Robert F.; Davis, Anthony S.

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Effects of wildland fire smoke on a tree-roosting bat: integrating a plume model, field measurements, and mammalian dose–response relationships
pp. 2187-2203(17)
Authors: Dickinson, M. B.; Norris, J. C.; Bova, A. S.; Kremens, R. L.; Young, V.; Lacki, M. J.

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The importance of fruit set, fruit abortion, and pollination success in fruit production of teak (Tectona grandis)
pp. 2204-2214(11)
Authors: Palupi, E. R.; Owens, J. N.; Sadjad, S.; Sudarsono; Solihin, D. D.

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New and composite point sampling estimates
pp. 2234-2242(9)
Author: McTague, John P.

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A method to evaluate the option of storing carbon in your forest
pp. 2243-2247(5)
Author: Van Deusen, Paul C.

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