Introduced Species


introduced sppThese publications report on Scion’s research, covering a broad range of topics from bio-based energy/materials through to forestry science. Electronic copies of these publications can be obtained at the Scion Digital Library http://cdm20044.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/p20044coll6 or by emailing publications@scionresearch.com.  Printed copies of some publications can also be purchased for delivery within New Zealand. Please complete the downloadable order form and send it to publications@scionresearch.com. Requests will be actioned within two working days of receipt.

 

Miller, E. (2016). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source: the soft pines - Pinus strobus, P. monticola, P. lambertiana, P. ayacahuite, P. wallichiana and related species (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 19). Rotorua, New Zealand: Scion. Print copy not available.

Maclaren, J. P. (2009). Douglas-fir manual. (FRI Bulletin No.237). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Nicholas, I., & Brown, I. (2008). Blackwood. (P140: Best Practice with Farm Forestry Timber Species - NZFFA Electronic Handbook Series; FRI Bulletin No. 225 Second Edition). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Barton, I. L., Nicholas, I. D., & Ecroyd, C. E. (2007). Paulownia. (FRI Bulletin No.231). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy available within New Zealand for NZ$29.50 inc p&p.

Nicholas, I., & Brown, I. (2002). Blackwood: A handbook for growers and users. (FRI Bulletin No.225,  First Edition.). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Wilkinson, A. G. (2000). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The poplars, Populus spp. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 17). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., Hay, A. E., & Ecroyd, C. E. (2000). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Ash eucalypts, Eucalyptus fastigata, E. regnans, E. obliqua, E. delegatensis, E. fraxinoides, E. sieberi, E. oreades, E. pauciflora, E. dendromorpha and E. paliformis. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 18). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Cown, D. J. (1999). New Zealand pine and Douglas-fir: Suitability for processing. (FRI Bulletin No.216). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1998). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The spruces Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carriere, Picea abies (L.) Karsten, ornamental spruces. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 6). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Knowles, F. B., & Miller, J. T. (1997). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source: Cryptomeria, Thuja and Tsuga. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 16). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Ellis, J. C., & Hayes, J. D. (1997). Field guide for sample plots in New Zealand forests. (FRI Bulletin No.186). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy available within New Zealand for NZ$69.50 inc p&p.

Nicholas, I. D., Gifford, H. H., & Kimberley, M. O. (1997). Siting black walnut. (FRI Bulletin No.188). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Vincent, T. G. (1997). Production of forest tree seed for plantation use. (FRI Bulletin No.191). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1996). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - the cypresses Cupressus spp. Chamaecparis spp. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 9). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

McKenzie, H., & Hay, E. (1996). Performance of Eucalyptus saligna in New Zealand. (FRI Bulletin No.195). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Brooker, I., & Kleinig, D. (1996). Eucalyptus: An illustrated guide to identification. (P006). Port Melbourne, Victoria: Reed. Print copy not available.

Barr, N. (1996). Growing Eucalypt trees for milling on New Zealand farms. (P013). Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Farm Forestry Association Inc. Print copy not available.

New Zealand Pine Remanufacturers' Association. (1996). New Zealand pine user guide. (P035/01). Auckland, New Zealand: Neilson Scott Ltd. Print copy not available.

Van Kraayenoord, C. W. S., Slui, B., & Knowles, F. B. (1995). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The willows, Salix spp. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 15). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Dunlop, J. (1995). Permanent sample plot system user manual. (FRI Bulletin No.187). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1994). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Douglas-fir Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 14). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Knowles, F. B., & Miller, J. T. (1993). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The redwoods, Sequoia sempervirens (D.Don) Endl. - coast redwood, Sequoiadendron giganteum (Lindley) J. Buchholz - giant sequoia and the related ornamental genera Taxodium and Metasequoia. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 13). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., Cannon, P. G., & Ecroyd, C. E. (1992). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Eucalyptus nitens (Deane et Maiden) Maiden. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 11). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Burdon, R. D. (1992). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don). (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 12). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Goulding, C. J., & Lawrence, M. E. (1992). Inventory practice for managed forests. (FRI Bulletin No.171). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Kininmonth, J. A., & Tarlton, G. L. (1992). Forestry research management initiatives for the 1990s: Proceedings of the IUFRO subject groups S6.06 and S6.08 conference, 7-11 October, 1991, Rotorua. (FRI Bulletin No.173). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Forestry, . Print copy not available.

Burdon, R. D., Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1991). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines, Pinus ponderosa P. Lawson et Lawson, Pinus jeffreyi Grev. et Balf. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 10). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Menzies, M. I., Parrott, G. E., & Whitehouse, L. J. (1991). Efficiency of stand establishment operations: Proceedings of an IUFRO Symposium, 11-15 September, 1989. (FRI Bulletin No.156). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T. (1991). Proceedings FRI/NZFP Forest Ltd: Clonal Forestry Workshop 1-2 May 1989, Rotorua, New Zealand (FRI Bulletin No.160). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, NZFP Forests Ltd. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1989). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The silver firs - Abies spp. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 7). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Knowles, F. B., & Miller, J. T. (1989). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source: Pinus pinaster Aiton - maritime pine. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 8). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Vincent, T. G., & Dunstan, J. S. (1989). Register of commercial seedlots issued by the New Zealand Forest Service. (FRI Bulletin No.144). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

James, R. N., & Tarlton, G. L. (1989). New approaches to spacing and thinning in plantation forestry.  Proceedings of a IUFRO symposium held at the Forest Research Institute, Rotorua, New Zealand, 10-14 April, 1989. (FRI Bulletin No.151). Rotorua, New Zealand: IUFRO, Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Forestry. Print copy not available.

Dyck, W. J., & Mees, C. A. (1989). Research strategies for long-term site productivity: Proceedings, IEA/BE A3 Workshop, report no. 8, Seattle, WA, August 1988. (FRI Bulletin No.152). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1988). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - The larches, Larix decidua Miller, Larix kaempferi (Lambert) Carr., Larix x eurolepis A.Henry. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 3). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Ledgard, N. J., & Ecroyd, C. E. (1988). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Pinus mugo Turra - dwarf mountain pine, Pinus uncinata Mirbel - mountain pine. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 4). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1988). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Pinus attenuata Lemmon - knobcone pine. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 5). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Maclaren, P. (1988). Proceedings of the Agroforestry Symposium, Rotorua 24-27 November, 1986. (FRI Bulletin No.139). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1988). A guide to handling and grade-sawing plantation-grown eucalypts. (FRI Bulletin No.142). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Forestry. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Ecroyd, C. E. (1987). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Pinus concorta Loudon - contorta pine. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 2). Rotorua, New Zealand: Ministry of Forestry, Forest Research Institute. Print copy not available.

Williams, D., Simpson, I., & Bier, H. (1986). Properties of New Zealand grown poplar. (FRI Bulletin No.112). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1986). Australian blackwood Acacia melanoxylon R. Br. (FRI Bulletin No.119, part II. Properties and utilisation of exotic specialty timbers grown in New Zealand). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1986). Cypresses Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (A. Murr.) Parl. x Cupressocyparis leylandii (Jacks et Dall.) Dall. Cupressus lustitanica Mill. Cupressus macrocarpa Hartw. (FRI Bulletin No.119, part III: Properties and utilisation of exotic speciality timbers grown in New Zealand). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1986). Black walnut Juglans nigra L. (FRI Bulletin No.119, part IV: Properties and utilisation of exotic speciality timbers grown in New Zealand). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1986). Ash eucalypts and Eucalyptus nitens, Ecualyptus regnans F. Muell., Eucalpytus delegatensis R. Baker, Eucalyptus fastigata Deane et Maiden, Eucalyptus obliqua L'Her., Eucalyptus sieberi L. Johnson, Eucalyptus fraxinoides Deane et Maiden, Eucalyptus nitens (Deane et Maiden) Maiden. (FRI Bulletin No.119, part V: Properties and utilisation of exotic speciality timbers grown in New Zealand). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1986). Eastern blue gums and stringy barks, Eucalyptus botryoides Sm., Eucalyptus saligna Sm., Eucalyptus globoidea Blakey, Eucalyptus muellerana Howitt, Eucalyptus pilularis Sm. (FRI Bulletin No.119, part VI: Properties and utilisation of exotic speciality timbers grown in New Zealand). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Miller, J. T., & Knowles, F. B. (1986). Introduced forest trees in New Zealand: Recognition, role, and seed source - Pinus nigra Arn. European black pine. (FRI Bulletin No.124, part 1). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Ecroyd, C. E. (1986). A key to the identification of 92 species of Eucalyptus found in New Zealand. (FRI Bulletin No.125). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Walford, B. (1985). Strength/density relationships for Pinus caribaea and Pinus elliotii from Fiji. (FRI Bulletin No.90). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Walford, G. B. (1985). The mechanical properties of New Zealand-grown Douglas-fir. (FRI Bulletin No.94). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Wilcox, M. D., Miller, J. T., Williams, I. M., & Guild, D. W. (1985). Eucalyptus species trials in Longwood Forest, Southland. (FRI Bulletin No.95). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Preest, D. S. (1985). Chemical aids to planting site preparation. (FRI Bulletin No.100). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Knowles, B., & Ecroyd, C. (1985). Species of Cortaderia (pampas grasses and toetoe) in New Zealand. (FRI Bulletin No.105). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1984). Utilisation properties of New Zealand-grown European oak Quercus robur. (FRI Bulletin No.58). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Haslett, A. N. (1984). Drying properties of four exotic hardwoods grown in Western Samoa. (FRI Bulletin No.66). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Sandberg, A. M., & Gadgil, R. L. (1984). Nutrient levels in tree lupin (Lupinus aboreus Sims) in New Zealand. (FRI Bulletin No.79). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Colbert, C. M., & McConchie, D. L. (1983). Some physical properties of New Zealand-grown redwood. (FRI Bulletin No.26). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Corson, S. R., Richardson, J. D., & Allison, R. W. (1983). Chemimechanical pulping of Fijian Pinus caribaea. (FRI Bulletin No.33). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Glass, B. P. (1983). Some factors affecting branch control and defect core in Eucalyptus saligna. (FRI Bulletin No.87). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.

Cown, D. J., McConchie, D. L., & Young, G. D. (1981). Wood properties of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis grown in Fiji. (FRI Bulletin No.17). Rotorua, New Zealand: Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service. Print copy not available.