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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 41, Number 9, September 2011

Population characteristics of old forest associated epiphytic lichens in Picea abies plantations in the boreal rainforest of Central Norway
pp. 1743-1753(11)
Authors: Hilmo, Olga; Ely-Aastrup, Hilde; Hytteborn, Håkan; Holien,   Håkon

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Effects of nurse-tree crop species and density on nutrient and water availability to underplanted Toona ciliata in northeastern Argentina
pp. 1754-1768(15)
Authors: Dordel, Julia; Simard, Suzanne W.; Bauhus, Jürgen; Guy, Robert D.; Prescott, Cindy E.; Seely, Brad; Hampel, Hermann; Pozas, Luciano J.

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Models of 3D crown structure for Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and silver birch (Betula pendula) grown in mixed forest
pp. 1779-1794(16)
Authors: Lintunen, Anna; Sievänen, Risto; Kaitaniemi, Pekka; Perttunen, Jari

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Growth responses to climate and drought in silver fir (Abies alba) along an altitudinal gradient in southern Kosovo
pp. 1795-1807(13)
Authors: Toromani, Elvin; Sanxhaku, Mitat; Pasho, Edmond

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Two-stage sector sampling for estimating small woodlot attributes
pp. 1819-1826(8)
Authors: Corona, Piermaria; Fattorini, Lorenzo; Franceschi, Sara

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A fast and reliable method for the delineation of tree crown outlines for the computation of crown openness values and other crown parameters
pp. 1827-1835(9)
Authors: Boivin, Frédéric; Paquette, Alain; Racine, Pierre; Messier, Christian

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Extreme value analysis of wildfires in Canadian boreal forest ecosystems
pp. 1836-1851(16)
Authors: Jiang, Yueyang; Zhuang, Qianlai

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A meta-analysis of the effects of clearcut and variable-retention harvesting on soil nitrogen fluxes in boreal and temperate forests
pp. 1852-1870(19)
Authors: Jerabkova, Lucie; Prescott, Cindy E.; Titus, Brian D.; Hope, Graeme D.; Walters, Michael B.

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Toward a definition of the range of variability of central European mixed FagusAbiesPicea forests: the nearly steady-state forest of Lom (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
pp. 1871-1884(14)
Authors: Motta, Renzo; Berretti, Roberta; Castagneri, Daniele; Dukić, Vojislav; Garbarino, Matteo; Govedar, Zoran; Lingua, Emanuele; Maunaga, Zoran; Meloni, Fabio

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The effects of methyl bromide alternatives on soil and seedling pathogen populations, weeds, and seedling morphology in Oregon and Washington forest nurseries
pp. 1885-1896(12)
Authors: Weiland, Jerry E.; Leon, Anna L.; Edmonds, Robert L.; Littke, Willis R.; Browning, John E.; Davis, Anne; Beck, Bryan R.; Miller, Timothy W.; Cherry, Marilyn L.; Rose, Robin

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Precipitation frequency controls interannual variation of soil respiration by affecting soil moisture in a subtropical forest plantation
pp. 1897-1906(10)
Authors: Wang, Yidong; Li, Qingkang; Wang, Huimin; Wen, Xuefa; Yang, Fengting; Ma, Zeqing; Liu, Yunfen; Sun, Xiaomin; Yu, Guirui

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Corrigendum: Modelled impact of Norway spruce logging residue extraction on biodiversity in Sweden
pp. 1907-1907(1)
Authors: Dahlberg, Anders; Thor, Göran; Allmér, Johan; Jonsell, Mats; Jonsson, Mattias; Ranius, Thomas

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