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SUMMARY Two field trials of plantation inventory were carried out using interpenetrating subsamples to enable testing for measurement bias. One trial compared two experienced field crews in each of three different strata in the 1951 planting year of maritime pine at Gnangara plantation in...
SUMMARY Estimates of soil-infestation by Phytophthora cinnamomi in well-stocked stands of Eucalyptus sieberi in eastern Victoria were made using a soil-baiting technique. Gross basal area increment (GBAI) over two years of trees on “infested” plots was compared with the GBAI of trees on...
SUMMARY Losses to the atmosphere of four nutrient elements, phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg), caused by slash burning a logged-over mixed forest coupe in the Florentine Valley in Tasmania, were estimated by weighing and sampling the slash on marked plots before and...
SUMMARY The present role of the Australian eucalypt forests is discussed against the background of historical land use and development, and current demands for forest products. Current practices are divided into several categories and possible yields under these regimes are given. The future...
SUMMARY The Tall Open and Open Eucalyptus forests of southeastern and southwestern Australia and of Tasmania sustain 57 species of indigenous mammals. Between 10 and 20 of the species are wholly dependent on these forests for their survival and have evolved adaptations to suit a stable...
SUMMARY The multiple demands made by society on the eucalypt forests of Australia are increasing and changing in emphasis. Choice between alternative forms of modification and use of these forests must aim to provide the greatest net benefit to society and hence evaluation is needed within an...
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