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Each regional journal of applied forestry focuses on research, practice, and techniques targeted to foresters and allied professionals in specific regions of the United States and Canada. The Northern Journal of Applied Forestry covers northeastern, midwestern, and boreal forests in the United States and Canada.

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Volume 10, Number 2, 1 June 1993

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Management of Red Pine for Multiple Benefits Using Prescribed Fire
pp. 53-62(10)
Author: Dickmann, Donald I.

Volume and Value Growth of Hardwood Trees in Wisconsin
pp. 63-69(7)
Authors: Buongiorno, Joseph; Hseu, Jiing-Shyang

Stem Volume and Site Index Equations for European Larch in Maine
pp. 70-74(5)
Authors: Gilmore, Daniel W.; Briggs, Russell D.; Seymour, Robert S.

Whole Stand Yield and Density Equations for Fourteen Forest Types in Minnesota
pp. 75-85(11)
Authors: Walters, David K.; Ek, Alan R.

A Jack Pine Bark Factor Equation for Michigan
pp. 86-89(4)
Author: Fowler, Gary W.

Polymer Root Dip Increases Survival of Stressed Bareroot Seedlings
pp. 90-92(3)
Authors: Alm, Alvin; Stanton, John

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Field Notes: Topography and Soil A and B Horizons in the Forested Appalachian Watershed
pp. 93-94(2)
Authors: Tajchman, Stanislaw J.; Boyles, Robert L.

Field Notes: Quality Wood from Underutilized Trees
pp. 95-97(3)
Authors: Huyler, Neil K.; Turner, Terry L.

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