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SUMMARY An area of 50,000 ac. of Boola Boola State Forest in Victoria was photographed from the air early in 1953. Contour and topographical maps were prepared and, from photo interpretation and ground sample plots, maps showing forest types and volume of available pulpwood were compiled. The...
SUMMARY A successful plantation project has been established in the Granite Belt of Southern Queensland. Pinus radiata is the main species now being planted, and its behaviour here in the northern extreme of its present Australian range is of interest. Problems of the past and present are...
SUMMARY A description of the method of establishing and measuring permanent sample plots in the State Pinus radiata plantations of South Australia, with notes on equipment used, and rate and accuracy of measurement.
SUMMARY During the latter part of 1953 and early 1954, a survey of fencing practices was conducted throughout Australia. The main purpose of the survey was to obtain data on which to base recommendations for preservative treatment of fence posts. Questionnaires were forwarded to nearly 700...
SUMMARY This paper attempts to analyse the relationship between the pulp and paper industry in Australia, and State forestry. Victorian conditions are taken as an example. The industry has an interest, at least equal to the State forestry authorities, in sustained yield forestry, and at the same...
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