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SUMMARY The continuing ability of native myrtaceous hardwoods to compete successfully in the sawlog market is examined; the problem is related both to the rapidly increasing availability of plantation pine and also to the declining supply of mature hardwood logs. Some of the conclusions of the...
SUMMARY Forest fuels in unthinned 12-year-old radiata pine stands in Merriang Plantation, north-east Victoria are described. Quantity and distribution of fuels on the forest floor and in tree crowns are dealt with separately, and provide basic information for fire management decisions....
SUMMARY Conflagrations occur whenever there is a favourable combination of fuel, weather and ignition source and may be disastrous when human resources are affected; the role of these factors in past conflagrations is discussed. Some of the most severe fire seasons and the major fires between...
SUMMARY Pine plantations can be described in terms of four successive age-management classes, i.e. growth stages. The distribution and abundance of these growth stages (young, unthinned, middle-aged, old), and areas of native forest and grassland have been described for one Forest Reserve in the...
SUMMARY The occurrence, symptoms and impact of a dieback disease in selectively logged, mixed species eucalypt forests in central Victoria are described. E. obliqua E. viminalis and E. globulus subsp. bicostata are the main species affected, although a range of other eucalypt and some Acacia...
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