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Volume 66, Number 1, 1 January 1968

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Letter to the Editor

pp. 1-1(1)


National Outlook
pp. 6-8(3)
Author: Randall, Charles E.

Guest editorial

Guest Editorial
pp. 9-9(1)


The View From Here
pp. 10-11(2)
Author: Glascock, H. R.

Journal article

Pooh on Damage Appraisal
pp. 12-16(5)
Author: Flora, Donald F.

Some New Guidelines for the Forest Cooperative
pp. 17-21(5)
Author: Dempsey, Gilbert P.

Forestry and the Social Sciences: A Forester's View
pp. 22-25(4)
Author: Fahnestock, George R.

Forestry as a Profession
pp. 26-28(3)
Author: Spurr, Stephen H.


Comment: To Achieve Professionalism, Improve Performance
pp. 28-29(2)
Author: Newport, Carl A.

Comment: Foresters as Decision Makers
pp. 30-30(1)
Author: Hall, John F.

Comment: The Concept of Professionalism in Canada
pp. 30-30(1)
Author: Weetman, G. F.

Journal article

Prescribed Burning in Georgia's Piedmont Loblolly Pine Stands
pp. 31-36(6)
Authors: Brender, Ernst V.; Cooper, Robert W.


Journal article

To cut or not to cut
pp. 57-59(3)
Authors: James, George A.; Cottrell, Richard L.

Tree Heights without a Tape
pp. 60-61(2)
Authors: Curtis, Robert O.; Bruce, David

Hydrology of A Slide-Prone Glacial Till Soil in Southeast Alaska
pp. 62-66(5)
Authors: Patric, J. H.; Swanston, D. N.

Slash Pine Growth in Florida
pp. 72-72(1)
Authors: Kulow, D. L.; Schumacher, F. X.

Book review

Book Reviews
pp. 73-73(1)


Current Literature
pp. 74-74(1)

Forestry News
pp. 76-84(9)

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