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Summary Shadowless aerial photography, the practice of taking photographs under clouds, has been increasing in popularity for vegetation studies during recent years. In some cases its use has been necessitated by the scarcity of suitable weather for conventional sunlit photography and in others...
Summary Recent developments in schemes to promote private forestry in Tasmania are reviewed. The schemes include a range of governmental incentives, assistance from major wood-using industries and, most recently, arrangements for joint assistance by both government and industry. Generally the...
Summary The techniques investigated for establishment of Pinus radiata plantations on soils near Neerim East, Victoria, deficient in phosphorus and subject to seasonal water-logging, included three methods of site preparation (disc ploughing, deep ripping and a combination of the two) in the...
Summary Employment coefficients are derived from New South Wales data as a replication of Greig's (1979) methodology for a different region and as an extension to cover a higher level of wood processing to account more fully for direct regional employment. The results indicate that a change of...
Summary The silviculture, management and marketing of the cabbage tree palm (Livistona australis) is discussed for Wallingat State Forest near Bulahdelah on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.
Summary The status of forest soils and nutrition research and practice in Australia is reviewed from the point of view of a visitor to the Australian continent who has much expertise in these fields. Pertinent observations are made of the state of the art of forest nutrition, together with...
Summary Scattered sudden deaths of young Pinus radiata have been observed in the Donnybrook Sunkland plantations in Western Australia. Transplanting losses were generally high, and mortalities gradually declined in the early years after planting, with deaths ceasing in unthinned stands by age 7...
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