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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. 51 (2021): 50th Anniversary Volume

Published: 2021-02-07

Volume 51 is the 50th anniversary edition of the New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, which was first published in May 1971.

Research Articles

Evaluating basic density calibrations based on NIR spectra recorded on the three wood faces and subject to different mathematical treatments

Evelize A. Amaral, Luana M. dos Santos, Paulo R.G. Hein, Emylle V.S. Costa, Sebastião Carlos S. Rosado, Paulo F. Trugilho
Abstract 319 | PDF Downloads 250

Preussner functions for volume estimation of Pinus taeda L. in Southern Brazil

Flavio Roberto Stefanello, Sylvio Péllico Netto, Alexandre Behling, Allan Libanio Pelissari, Gabriel Agostini Orso
Abstract 108 | PDF Downloads 145

Wood density estimates of standing trees by micro-drilling and other non-destructive measures

Christine L. Todoroki, Eini C. Lowell, Cosmin N. Filipescu
Abstract 81 | PDF Downloads 64

Implications of ectomycorrhizal inoculation for drought stress tolerance of Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica (Endl.) Carrière) seedlings

Hamida Gaba Chahboub, Mohamed Sghir Lamhamedi, Ouzna Abrous-Belbachir
Abstract 58 | PDF Downloads 38

Reviews

A review of kowhai (Sophora spp.) and its potential for commercial forestry

Lisa Nguyen, Karen Bayne, Clemens Altaner
Abstract 45 | PDF Downloads 25
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