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Summary Forests are critically important to the well-being of the earth. They contain over half of the species of organisms, provide physical stability for the earth's surface, shelter, and many essential needs of all human societies. Forests have a significant influence on the environment,...
Summary The paper discusses plantations within the context of Australasian forestry and the global environment. Opportunities and benefits plantations might provide in coming decades are explored and attention focussed on areas of concern so as to seek solutions to existing or potential...
Summary Forest ecosystems and the policy environment for the forestry sector are both experiencing a period of rapid change which has led to calls for new perspectives on forest management and new forms of forestry. In this paper, some aspects of what might be called “New Forestry” are examined...
Summary Some of the most common and damaging insect pests of eucalypt trees in plantations and in native forests in Queensland are listed and discussed. Principal among these are stem boring longicorns (Tryphocaria), wood moths (Xyleutes, Uzucha), lerp insects (Cardiaspina), scarab leaf beetles...
Summary An entomological overview of the eucalypt plantation programme being carried out by the Forestry Commission of New South Wales is presented. Some of the insect pests known to damage eucalypt forests and plantations in New South Wales are listed and discussed.
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