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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.

Publisher: Society of American Foresters

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Volume 36, Number 3, 1 September 1990

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Dating Decline and Mortality of Chamaecyparis nootkatensis in Southeast Alaska
pp. 502-515(14)
Authors: Hennon, P. E.; Shaw III, C. G.; Hansen, E. M.

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Adoption Behavior of Technical Assistance Foresters in the Southern Pine Region
pp. 516-530(15)
Authors: Hodges, Donald G.; Cubbage, Frederick W.

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Factors Influencing Forest Service Fire Managers' Risk Behavior
pp. 531-548(18)
Authors: Cortner, Hanna J.; Taylor, Jonathan G.; Carpenter, Edwin H.; Cleaves, David A.

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A Sampling Strategy for Estimating Past Crown Recession on Temporary Growth Plots
pp. 549-563(15)
Authors: Maguire, Douglas A.; Hann, David W.

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Relationships Among Humus Forms, Forest Floor Nutrient Properties, and Understory Vegetation
pp. 564-581(18)
Authors: Klinka, K.; Wang, Q.; Carter, R. E.

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Active Potassium Uptake by Slash Pine Roots From O2-depleted Solutions
pp. 582-598(17)
Authors: Fisher, H. M.; Stone, E. L.

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Alternate Expressions for the Economic Theory of Forest Fire Management
pp. 614-624(11)
Authors: Rideout, Douglas B.; Omi, Philip N.

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Species Substitution and Tropical Log Imports by Japan
pp. 657-664(8)
Authors: Vincent, Jeffrey R.; Gandapur, Alamgir K.; Brooks, David J.

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The Declining Even Flow Effect and the Process of National Forest Planning
pp. 665-679(15)
Authors: Pickens, James B.; Kent, Brian M.; Ashton, Peter G.

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Combining Inventory Estimates with Possibly Biased Auxiliary Information
pp. 693-704(12)
Authors: Green, Edwin J.; Strawderman, William E.

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Allocation Patterns of Carbon and Minerals in Juvenile and Small-Adult Juniperus occidentalis
pp. 734-747(14)
Authors: Miller, P. M.; Eddleman, L. E.; Kramer, S.

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Nutrient Leaching of a Loblolly Pine Forest Floor by Simulated Rainfall I. Intensity Effects
pp. 765-776(12)
Authors: Schreiber, J. D.; Duffy, P. D.; McDowell, L. L.

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Identifying Trees in Riparian Areas That Can Provide Coarse Woody Debris to Streams
pp. 790-801(12)
Authors: Robison, E. George; Beschta, Robert L.

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Frequency Distribution and Heritability of First-Order Lateral Roots in Loblolly Pine Seedlings
pp. 802-814(13)
Authors: Kormanik, Paul P.; Ruehle, John L.; Muse, H. David

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Predicting Mortality in Mixed Oak Stands Following Spring Insect Defoliation
pp. 831-841(11)
Authors: Crow, Gerald R.; Hicks, Ray R.

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Notes: In Vitro Propagation of the Endangered Virginia Roundleaf Birch (Betula uber [Ashe] Fern.) Using Dormant Buds
pp. 842-846(5)
Authors: Vijayakumar, N. K.; Feret, Peter P.; Sharik, Terry L.

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