NZJFS - Volume 30 (2000)

  • Variation in wood, kraft fibre, and handsheet properties among 29 trees of Eucalyptus regnans, and comparison with E. nitens and E. fastigata.

    Kibblewhite, R. P., Riddell, M. J. C., & Shelbourne, C. J. A.
    [1.7 MB] (pdf).
  • Kraft pulp qualities of Eucalyptus nitens, E. globulus, and E. maidenii, at ages 8 and 11 years.

    Kibblewhite, R. P., Johnson, B. I., & Shelbourne, C. J. A.
    [1.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Variation in whole-tree basic wood density for a range of plantation species grown in New Zealand.

    McKinley, R. B., Shelbourne, C. J. A., Harris, J. M., & Young, G. D.
    [1.0 MB] (pdf).
  • Estimating canopy closure and understorey pasture production in New Zealand-grown poplar plantations.

    McElwee, H. F., & Knowles, R. L.
    [1.3 MB] (pdf).
  • Results of provenance testing of Acacia dealbata, A. mearnsii, and other Acacias at ages 7 and 5 years in New Zealand.

    Shelbourne, C. J. A., Bulloch, B. T., Cameron, R. L., & Low, C. B.
    [1.9 MB] (pdf).
  • Eucalypts for Northland: 7- to 11-year results from trials of nine species at four sites.

    Shelbourne, C. J. A., Low, C. B., & Smale, P. J.
    [2.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Morphological markers of physiological age for Pinus radiata.

    Menzies, M. I., Dibley, M. J., Faulds, T., Aimer-Halliday, J., & Holden, D. G.
    [2.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Significance to New Zealand forestry of contaminants on the external surfaces of shipping containers.

    Gadgil, P. D., Bulman, L. S., Crabtree, R., Watson, R. N., O'Neil, J. C., & Glassey, K. L.
    Published Online - 2015. [1.7 MB] (pdf).
  • Is curvature adjustment necessary in growth strain measurement?

    Yang, J. L., & Hunter, A. J.
    [635.6 KB] (pdf).
  • Genetic influence on second-log branching in Pinus radiata.

    Watt, M. S., Turner, J. A., & Mason, E. G.
    [1.7 MB] (pdf).
  • Harvest treatments and fertiliser application affect transplant stress index of Pinus radiata.

    South, D. B., & Smith, C. T.
    [769.8 KB] (pdf).
  • Male cone development and microsporogenesis in Pinus radiata.

    Wang, D. Y., Smith, D. R., Outred, H. A., Rowland, R. E., & Fountain, D. W.
    [4.7 MB] (pdf).
  • Nitrogen accumulation and changes in nitrate leaching after 4 years of intensive forest culture on marginal agricultural land

    T. M. Williams and C. A. Gresham
    [2.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Responses of surface hydrology and early loblolly pine growth to soil disturbance and site preparation in a lower coastal plain wetland

    Y. J. Xu, J. A. Burger, W. M. Aust and S. C. Patterson
    [2.0 MB] (pdf).
  • Assessment of soil strength variability in a harvested loblolly pine plantation in the Piedmont region of Alabama, United States

    E. Carter, T. McDonald and J. Torbert
    [1.5 MB] (pdf).
  • Above-ground biomass, nutrient content, and nutrient use efficiency of eucalypt plantations growing in different sites in Brazil

    R. C. Santana, N. F. Barros and N. B. Comerford
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Early loblolly pine growth response to changes in the soil environment

    D. L. Kelting, J. A. Burger and S. C. Patterson
    [2.3 MB] (pdf).
  • Influence of soil organic matter on forest productivity

    D. F. Grigal and E. D. Vance
    [4.8 MB] (pdf).
  • Soil carbon and soil physical properties response to incorporating mulched forest slash

    F. G. Sanchez, E. A. Carter and J. Klepac
    [2.3 MB] (pdf).
  • Increasing below-ground carbon sequestration with conversion of agricultural lands to production of bio-energy crops

    V. R. Tolbert, F. C. Thornton, J. D. Joslin, B. R. Bock, W. Bandaranayake, A. E. Houston, D. D. Tyler, D. A. Mays, T. H. Green and D. E. Pettry
    [1.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Incorporation of biomass into forest soils for enhanced productivity, restoration and biostorage: A modelling study to evaluate research needs

    M. A. Buford and B. J. Stokes
    [904.4 KB] (pdf).
  • Harvesting costs for potential bioenergy fuels in a fire risk reduction programme

    D. S. Larson, D. G. Neary, P. J. Daugherty and C. B. Edminster
    [1.9 MB] (pdf).
  • Bioenergy fuel from stem-to-log processing waste using conventional forest harvesting systems

    P. Hall
    [652.6 KB] (pdf).
  • Wood fuel supply chain in the United Kingdom

    B. Hudson & B.Hudson
    [1.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Skogforsk review of systems for logging residues handling in Sweden

    P. Eriksson
    [680.9 KB] (pdf).
  • Cost factors in wood fuel procurement

    A. Asikainen and P. J. K. Finbio
    [970.1 KB] (pdf).
  • Forest management planning strategy for bioenergy in remote aboriginal communities in Canada

    D. Puttock, D. McGregor and E. Bevilacqua
    [1.5 MB] (pdf).
  • Wood energy 1999-2003: A new national technology programme in Finland

    S. Helynen, P. Hakkila and I. Nousiainen
    [708.7 KB] (pdf).
  • Regenerating Norway spruce under the shelter of birch on good sites might increase the biofuel supply in Sweden

    T. Johansson
    [1.3 MB] (pdf).
  • Silvicultural systems for biomass production in Canada

    G. F. Weetman
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Guest Editorial: Conventional systems for bioenergy. IEA Bioenergy Task 18 workshop, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, 19-25 September 1999.

    Richardson, J., Lowe, A., Hakkila, P., & Smith, C. T.
    Published Online - 2015. [1.9 MB] (pdf).