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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Effects of fuelwood harvesting on biodiversity — a review focused on the situation in Europe
pp. 1421-1432(12)
Authors: Bouget, Christophe; Lassauce, Aurore; Jonsell, Mats

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Seedling establishment and survival on decaying logs in boreal mixedwood stands following a mast year
pp. 1446-1455(10)
Authors: Robert, Emilie; Brais, Suzanne; Harvey, Brian D.; Greene, David

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Effects of variable canopy retention harvest on epixylic bryophytes in boreal black spruce – feathermoss forests
pp. 1467-1476(10)
Authors: Arseneault, Julie; Fenton, Nicole J.; Bergeron, Yves

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Effects of restoration thinning on spatial heterogeneity in mixed-conifer forest
pp. 1505-1517(13)
Authors: Larson, Andrew J.; Stover, Kyle C.; Keyes, Christopher R.

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Can wood properties be predicted from the morphological traits of a tree? A canonical correlation study of plantation-grown white spruce
pp. 1518-1529(12)
Authors: Lenz, Patrick; Bernier-Cardou, Michèle; MacKay, John; Beaulieu, Jean

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Trade-offs between growth and cold and drought hardiness in submaritime Douglas-fir
pp. 1530-1541(12)
Authors: Darychuk, N.; Hawkins, B.J.; Stoehr, M.

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Differential persistence of blue ash and white ash following emerald ash borer invasion
pp. 1542-1550(9)
Authors: Tanis, Sara R.; McCullough, Deborah G.

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Forest floor depths and fuel loads in upland Canadian forests
pp. 1551-1565(15)
Authors: Letang, D.L.; de Groot, W.J.

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Distribution of white spruce lateral fine roots as affected by the presence of trembling aspen: root mapping using simple sequence repeat DNA profiling
pp. 1566-1576(11)
Authors: Lawrence, Derek Joseph; Luckai, N.; Meyer, W.L.; Shahi, C.; Fazekas, A.J.; Kesanakurti, P.; Newmaster, S.

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Radial variation in Kraft pulp yield and cellulose content in Eucalyptus globulus wood across three contrasting sites predicted by near infrared spectroscopy
pp. 1577-1586(10)
Authors: Downes, Geoffrey M.; Harwood, Christopher E.; Wiedemann, John; Ebdon, Nick; Bond, Helen; Meder, Roger

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Variation in mass and nutrient concentration of leaf litter across years and sites in a northern hardwood forest
pp. 1597-1610(14)
Authors: Yanai, Ruth D.; Arthur, Mary A.; Acker, Marty; Levine, Carrie R.; Park, Byung Bae

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Mountain pine beetle attack alters the chemistry and flammability of lodgepole pine foliage
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