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SUMMARY A stand model to generate alternative management strategies for a long range planning model has been constructed for intensively-managed radiata pine plantations in Gippsland, Victoria. The model can be used to evaluate different intensities of silviculture as well as to provide...
SUMMARY The main Australian applications of colour aerial photographs in forestry are for making inventories and assessing insect and disease damage. Survey format colour photographs are used primarily for forest inventory at scales of 1:15 000 or 1:25 000 and this use is increasing. The use of...
SUMMARY In July 1974 the Uriarra and Pierces Creek forests near Canberra suffered wind damage unprecedented in severity for Australian radiata pine plantations. The main damage was the uprooting of trees over 30 m tall in a 7 × 11 km area where about 300 ha were almost totally destroyed and a...
SUMMARY Slash pine seedlings were graded on the basis of three morphological characters: (i) Shoot development—eight classes are recognised based on stem, foliage and. bud maturity. Classes 1 to 4 show increasing development of stem lignification, secondary foliage and terminal bud. Class 5...
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