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Summary Forests NSW manages Eucalyptus plantations on the north coast of NSW, Australia, for high-value timber production. One species increasingly being planted both in Australia and overseas is Eucalyptus dunnii Maiden. For a species to be considered suitable for forestry, criteria to be met...
Summary From the mid-1990s onwards large areas of Eucalyptus globulus (Labill.) were planted in south-eastern South Australia and south-western Victoria (the Green Triangle region) on land which had been under pasture for decades. Within these plantations some well-defined areas had poor tree...
Summary The lyctine susceptibility of 16 timber species, hybrids and geographical types was examined in this study. Several of the timbers had been placed previously in a ‘rarely susceptible’ category, but such uncertain ratings are not acceptable for standards and compliance purposes. Timber...
Summary The Monterey pine aphid, Essigella californica, has been associated with extensive defoliation and growth losses in radiata pine plantations in south-eastern Australia since it was first detected in 1998. HVP Plantations (HVPP) observed variation in the level of defoliation between...
Summary Estimates of pulpwood volumes exported from Australia and New Zealand are generally based on stratified samples of logs. This study investigates the possibility of modifying the existing sampling technique to cover consignments of logs only partly segregated on log size. A data set of 10...
Summary The availability of tree hollows in timber production forests is a contentious issue facing forest and wildlife managers in Australia. To integrate conservation priorities for hollow-dependent fauna in forest stewardship, public land managers need information on the quantity and spatial...
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