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The New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science is an international journal covering the breadth of forestry science. Planted forests are a particular focus but manuscripts on a wide range of forestry topics will also be considered. The journal's scope covers forestry species, which are those capable of reaching at least five metres in height at maturity in the place they are located, but
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Current Issue

Vol. 54 (2024)

Published: 2024-01-02

Research Articles

Effect of light intensity and seal type on the in vitro elongation and adventitious rooting of Eucalyptus grandis × E. urophylla

Denys Matheus Santana Costa Souza, Sérgio Bruno Fernandes, Vinícius Politi Duarte, Letícia Vaz Molinari (Author); Gustavo Leal Teixeira; Gilvano Brondani (Author)
Abstract 166 | PDF Downloads 352

Do leaf traits affect insect herbivory in a Chinese cork oak forest?

Xinliang Shao, Ke Cheng, Qin Zhang, Fei Xu, Lili Li (Author)
Abstract 117 | PDF Downloads 289

Peeler core and slabwood fibre properties for Pinus radiata D.Don pulp production

Juan Pedro Elissetche, Luis A. Apiolaza, Rosa M. Alzamora, Luis O. Soto, Jean Pierre Lasserre (Author)
Abstract 145 | PDF Downloads 257 Text File Downloads 138

Seed thermo-priming accelerates the growth of Ceiba glaziovii (Kutze) K.Schum. seedlings

José Laurindo dos Santos Júnior, Elizamar Ciríaco da Silva (Author)
Abstract 87 | PDF Downloads 182

Diversity and growth patterns of woody species in the Mediterranean Coastal range of Chile: A case study in Altos de Cantillana

Stephanie Gibson-Carpintero, Anahi Ocampo-Melgar, Alejandro Venegas-González (Author)
Abstract 128 | PDF Downloads 88

Short Communication

Relationship between photosynthetic-water and nitrogen use efficiencies in young Pinus taeda L. trees at two contrasting sites

Marco A. Yáñez, Sergio E. Espinoza, Juan F. Ovalle, Carlos R. Magni, Eduardo E. Martínez (Author)
Abstract 78 | PDF Downloads 213


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