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Forest Science is a peer-reviewed journal publishing fundamental and applied research that explores all aspects of natural and social sciences as they apply to the function and management of the forested ecosystems of the world. Topics include silviculture, forest management, biometrics, economics, entomology & pathology, fire & fuels management, forest ecology, genetics & tree improvement, geospatial technologies, harvesting & utilization, landscape ecology, operations research, forest policy, physiology, recreation, social sciences, soils & hydrology, and wildlife management.

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Volume 26, Number 4, 1 December 1980

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Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization on Growth and Ectomycorrhizal Formation of Red Oak
pp. 529-536(8)
Authors: Beckjord, Peter R.; Adams, Robert E.; Smith, David Wm.

Response of Advance Grand Fir Regeneration to Overstory Removal in Northern Idaho
pp. 537-545(9)
Authors: Ferguson, Dennis E.; Adams, David L.

Miscellaneous

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Regional Analysis of Forest Industries: Input-Output Methods
pp. 548-560(13)
Authors: Flick, Warren A.; Trenchi III, Peter; Bowers, John R.

Miscellaneous

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Commentary

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Review article

Reviews: Forest Ecology, 3rd Edition
pp. 589-589(1)
Author: Ferrell, William K.

Journal article

Periodic Root and Shoot Growth in Oak
pp. 590-598(9)
Authors: Reich, P. B.; Teskey, R. O.; Johnson, P. S.; Hinckley, T. M.

Announcement

Journal article

Gypsy Moth Larval Growth and Consumption on Red Oak
pp. 599-605(7)
Authors: Valentine, Harry T.; Talerico, Robert L.

Miscellaneous

Notes: Response of an Eastern White Pine Provenance Test to Pruning
pp. 606-608(3)
Authors: Wright, Jonathan W.; Hart, John H.; Lemmien, Walter A.

Journal article

A Matrix Model of Uneven-Aged Forest Management
pp. 609-625(17)
Authors: Buongiorno, Joseph; Michie, Bruce R.

Individual Tree Growth Derived from Diameter Distribution Models
pp. 626-632(7)
Author: Bailey, Robert L.

Economic Analysis of the Allowable Cut Effect
pp. 633-642(10)
Author: Binkley, Clark S.

Announcement

Journal article

Mechanical Stimulation and Xylem Production in Douglas-fir
pp. 643-651(9)
Authors: Kellogg, R. M.; Steucek, G. L.

Miscellaneous

Notes: The Role of Mist and Chemical Treatments in Rooting Loblolly and Shortleaf Pine Cuttings
pp. 651-655(5)
Authors: Greenwood, M. S.; Marino, T. M.; Meier, R. D.; Shahan, K. W.

Journal article

The Distribution of Root Length, and the Limits to Flow of Soil Water to Roots in a Dry Sclerophyll Forest
pp. 656-664(9)
Authors: Carbon, B. A.; Bartle, G. A.; Murray, A. M.; Macpherson, D. K.

A Two-Stage, Multiple Objective Mathematical Programming Approach to Optimal Thinning and Harvesting
pp. 674-686(13)
Authors: De Kluyver, C. A.; Daellenbach, H. G.; Whyte, A. G. D.

Announcement

Journal article

Review article

Reviews: The Douglas-fir Tussock Moth: A Synthesis
pp. 702-703(2)
Author: Allen, Douglas C.

Journal article

Measuring Treatment Effects Through Comparisons Along Plot Boundaries
pp. 704-709(6)
Authors: Swindel, Benee F.; Squillace, A. E.

Gypsy Moth Population Simulation for Wisconsin
pp. 710-724(15)
Authors: Biging, Gregory S.; Giese, Ronald L.; Nordheim, Erik V.

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Key-Word Index
pp. 725-740(16)

Author Index
pp. 740-741(2)

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