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Volume 65, Number 9, 1 September 1967

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Miscellaneous

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Editorial

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The Editor's Page
pp. 607-607(1)
Author: Meyer, Arthur B.

Miscellaneous

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National Outlook
pp. 608-610(3)
Author: Randall, Charles E.

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The View From Here
pp. 611-611(1)
Author: Glascock, H. R.

Journal article

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The Separation of Facts and Values--In Resource Policy Analysis
pp. 612-620(9)
Authors: Davis, Lawrence S.; Bentley, William R.

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The Case of Timber Trespass
pp. 621-624(4)
Author: Stacer, Thomas C.

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Forestry Education: A Different Approach
pp. 628-631(4)
Author: Reichart, Robert R.

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Effect of Initial Height on Loblolly Pine Seedling Growth and Survival
pp. 632-634(3)
Authors: Hunt, Ellis V.; Gilmore, Gary

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Are Genetic Gains from Seed-Production Areas Small?
pp. 634-635(2)
Author: Gansel, Charles R.

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Economic Guides for Allocating Forest Fire Protection Budgets in Wisconsin
pp. 636-641(6)
Authors: Sackett, Stephen S.; Webster, Henry H.; Lord, William B.

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A Possible Aid to Point Samplers
pp. 641-641(1)
Author: de Vries, P. G.

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Record Low Fuel Moisture Follows Drought in Southern California
pp. 642-643(2)
Authors: Pirsko, Arthur R.; Green, Lisle R.

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Solution of a Large-Scale Forest Scheduling Problem by Linear Programming Decomposition
pp. 644-646(3)
Authors: Liittschwager, J. M.; Tcheng, T. H.

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Effect of Tree Spacing on Weight Yields for Red Pine and Jack Pine
pp. 647-650(4)
Author: Maeglin, Robert R.

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Sampling for Tarif Number and Volume Determination in Tanoak Stands
pp. 650-651(2)
Authors: Berry, William S.; Wiant, Harry V.

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Forestry Camp--An Appraisal
pp. 652-653(2)
Author: Miller, C. I.

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Release and Pruning Can Improve Growth and Quality of White Oak
pp. 654-655(2)
Author: Minckler, Leon S.

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A New Method of Grafting the Large-Seeded Oak
pp. 656-656(1)
Authors: Goggans, J. F.; Moore, J. C.

Letter to the Editor

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Letters
pp. 657-657(1)

Book review

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Book Reviews
pp. 658-659(2)

Miscellaneous

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Current Literature
pp. 659-659(1)

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Forestry News
pp. 660-666(7)

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Index to Advertisers
pp. 684-684(1)

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