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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. 50 (2020)

Published: 2020-04-25

Research Articles

Logging damage to residual trees during sustainable harvesting of uneven-age stands in the Hyrcanian forests of Iran

Afraz Iranparast Bodaghi, Mehrdad Nikooy, Ramin Naghdi, Farzam Tavankar
Abstract 461 | PDF Downloads 205

A preliminary growth and yield model for Eucalyptus globoidea Blakely plantations in New Zealand

Serajis Salekin, Euan G. Mason, Justin Morgenroth, Dean F. Meason
Abstract 499 | PDF Downloads 181 Additional file Downloads 0

Modelling growth of Pinus taeda and Eucalyptus grandis as a function of light sums modified by air temperature, vapour pressure deficit, and water balance

Cecilia Rachid-Casnati, Euan G Mason, Richard C Woollons, Joe Landsberg
Abstract 332 | PDF Downloads 167 Additional file Downloads 0 Additional file Downloads 0 Additional file Downloads 0

Minimum representative root distribution sampling for calculating slope stability in Pinus radiata D.Don plantations in New Zealand

Filippo Giadrossich, Massimiliano Schwarz, Michael Marden, Roberto Marrosu, Chris Phillips
Abstract 238 | PDF Downloads 79

Development of an SSR-based DNA fingerprinting method for black wattle (Acacia mearnsii De Wild)

Michael Bairu, Willem Coetzer, Amelework Assefa
Abstract 252 | PDF Downloads 79 Additional file Downloads 0
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