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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 40, Number 12, December 2010

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>Volume 40, 2010

pp. C-1-C-10(10)

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Author Index

>Volume 40, 2010

pp. AI-1-AI-4(4)

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Water availability and genetic effects on wood properties of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda)
pp. 2265-2277(13)
Authors: Gonzalez-Benecke, C. A.; Martin, T. A.; Clark, A.; Peter, G. F.

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Talking about fire: Pikangikum First Nation elders guiding fire management
pp. 2290-2301(12)
Authors: Miller, Andrew M.; Davidson-Hunt, Iain J.; Peters, Paddy

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Long-term responses of mammalian herbivores to stand thinning and fertilization in young lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia) forest
pp. 2302-2312(11)
Authors: Sullivan, Thomas P.; Sullivan, Druscilla S.; Lindgren, Pontus M.F.; Ransome, Douglas B.

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Prediction of balsam fir sawfly defoliation using a Bayesian network model
pp. 2322-2332(11)
Authors: Iqbal, Javed; MacLean, David A.

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Lodgepole pine provenances differ in chemical defense capacities against foliage and stem diseases
pp. 2333-2344(12)
Authors: Wallis, Christopher M.; Reich, Richard W.; Lewis, Kathy J.; Huber, Dezene P.W.

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Forest processes from stands to landscapes: exploring model forecast uncertainties using cross-scale model comparison
pp. 2345-2359(15)
Authors: Papaik, Michael J.; Fall, Andrew; Sturtevant, Brian; Kneeshaw, Daniel; Messier, Christian; Fortin, Marie-Josée; Simon, Neal

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Effects of selective tree harvests on aboveground biomass and net primary productivity of a second-growth northern hardwood forest
pp. 2360-2369(10)
Authors: Dyer, Jacob H.; Gower, Stith T.; Forrester, Jodi A.; Lorimer, Craig G.; Mladenoff, David J.; Burton, Julia I.

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Integrated spatial fire and forest management planning
pp. 2370-2383(14)
Authors: Acuna, Mauricio A.; Palma, Cristian D.; Cui, Wenbin; Martell, David L.; Weintraub, Andres

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Relationship between wood-inhabiting fungi determined by molecular analysis (denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis) and quality of decaying logs
pp. 2384-2397(14)
Authors: Rajala, Tiina; Peltoniemi, Mikko; Pennanen, Taina; Mäkipää, Raisa

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Using preference information in developing alternative forest plans
pp. 2398-2410(13)
Authors: Eyvindson, Kyle; Kangas, Annika; Kurttila, Mikko; Hujala, Teppo

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Calibration and validation of a simplified process-based model for the prediction of the carbon balance of Scottish Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) plantations
pp. 2411-2426(16)
Authors: Minunno, Francesco; Xenakis, Georgios; Perks, Michael P.; Mencuccini, Maurizio

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Inoptimality losses in forest management decisions caused by errors in an inventory based on airborne laser scanning and aerial photographs
pp. 2427-2438(12)
Authors: Islam, Md. N.; Kurttila, Mikko; Mehtätalo, Lauri; Pukkala, Timo

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Modeling the longitudinal variation in wood specific gravity of planted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) in the United States
pp. 2439-2451(13)
Authors: Antony, F.; Schimleck, L. R.; Daniels, R. F.; Clark, A.; Hall, D. B.

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Post-harvest seedling recruitment following mountain pine beetle infestation of Colorado lodgepole pine stands: a comparison using historic survey records
pp. 2452-2456(5)
Authors: Collins, Byron J.; Rhoades, Charles C.; Underhill, Jeffery; Hubbard, Robert M.

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