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Summary The theoretical basis of competition and collaboration is discussed. A history of the recent relationships between the wood- based industries of the two countries is outlined. Future prospects for competition and collaboration are reviewed for trans-Tasman trade and for trade with third...
Summary Recent pressures for the preservation of indigenous forests in both New Zealand and Australia are discussed. It is argued that environmental controversy is based on land-use conflict and a plea is made for the integration of land-use planning with natural resource development and...
Summary Following the fires of February 16th 1983 in the South East of South Australia, a sawlog salvage operation was implemented that had not previously been equalled in importance and magnitude in this region. The paper aims to tell how the operation was conceived, how it was implemented,...
Summary Reasons for thinning in Pinus radiata and the introduction of third-row-outrow first thinning into APM Forests Gippsland plantations are discussed. The derivation of systems to enable later, unmarked selection thinning is described. The difference in systems used for motor manual and...
Summary 750 000 Pinus radiata stem cuttings were set out in Tasman's Forest Nursery in 1984. Methods including selection, collection and production rates are described. Nursery production of these rooted stem cuttings is shown to be five times more costly than that of one-year-old seedlings....
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