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 Southern Journal of Applied Forestry covers an area from Virginia and Kentucky south to as far west as Oklahoma and east Texas.

Publisher: Society of American Foresters

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Volume 12, Number 3, 1 August 1988

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Techniques for Assessing the Economic Contributions of Forest Soils Information in Timberland Management
pp. 147-152(6)
Authors: Blake, John; Caulfield, Jon; Fisher, Richard; Lea, Russ

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Decision-Making Criteria for Forest Fertilization in the Southeast: An Industrial Perspective
pp. 153-160(8)
Authors: Jokela, Eric J.; Harding, Bruce; Troth, John L.

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Conceptual Analysis of Southern Pine Plantation Establishment and Early Growth
pp. 160-166(7)
Authors: Dougherty, Phillip M.; Gresham, Charles A.

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Matching Loblolly Pine Families to Regeneration Sites
pp. 166-169(4)
Authors: Duzan, Howard W.; Williams, Claire G.

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Influence of Site Preparation on Soil Conditions Affecting Stand Establishment and Tree Growth
pp. 170-178(9)
Authors: Morris, Lawrence A.; Lowery, Robert F.

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Establishing Choctawhatchee Sand Pine Using Strip Site Preparation
pp. 178-181(4)
Author: Outcalt, Kenneth W.

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Foliar Nitrogen Content at Lifting Correlates with Early Growth of Loblolly Pine Seedlings from 20 Nurseries
pp. 181-185(5)
Authors: Larsen, Harry S.; South, David B.; Boyer, James N.

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Using Break-even Analysis for Replanting Decisions in Damaged Pine Stands
pp. 186-189(4)
Authors: Caulfield, Jon P.; Teeter, Lawrence D.

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Predicting Residuals by Stand Condition and Type of Harvest
pp. 190-193(4)
Authors: McMinn, James W.; Clark III, Alexander; Loggins, Tommy J.

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Potential Impact of the Southern Pine Beetle on Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Colonies in the Georgia Piedmont
pp. 194-199(6)
Authors: Belanger, Roger P.; Hedden, Roy L.; Lennartz, Michael R.

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Soil Spot Herbicides for Single-Stem Hardwood Control
pp. 199-203(5)
Author: Miller, James H.

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Precommercial Thinning a Sapling-Sized Loblolly Pine Stand with Fire
pp. 203-207(5)
Authors: Waldrop, Thomas A.; Lloyd, F. Thomas

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Southern Pine Beetle: Factors Associated with Spot Occurrence and Spread in Young Plantations
pp. 208-214(7)
Authors: Cameron, R. Scott; Billings, Ronald F.

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