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SUMMARY The following report prepared by K. Felton examines for Tasmania an issue which is increasingly being brought to the attention of forest land managers — how much land should and can be set aside for nature conservation. It is an issue which could well be examined, in a similarly...
SUMMARY Chainsaws have exposed operators to hazards unrelated to the major accidents associated with crosscut saw and axe felling. These include deafness due to noise and Raynaud's disease caused by vibration. Excessive noise may cause total or partial deafness. The average noise level for many...
SUMMARY Pyrgoides orphana (Erichson) severely defoliates large areas of silver wattle (Acacia dealbata Link) in Tasmania, particularly in the Florentine Valley region. Attacked trees are often completely stripped of all foliage during the winter months by the larval stages of this beetle. The...
SUMMARY The effects of three site preparation methods involving retention of logging residue, burning and cultivation together with seven fertiliser/weedicide treatments on establishment of P. radiata on a former P. pinaster site were examined. Evidence is presented to show that early growth is...
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