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African mahogany, Khaya senegalensis, is a high-value timber tree species. Pilot plantings showed that the species performed well in the wet–dry tropical areas of northern Australia, but the yellow looper, Gymnoscelis sp., and the bush cricket, Myara yabmanna, caused severe damage to the trees....
A method for generating decay-classification systems was developed for coarse woody debris (CWD). This method was used to generate a decay-classification system for wet eucalypt forest CWD, and trialled on over 120 pieces of CWD sampled from post-logging coupes in southern Tasmania. The...
Recent drought in Australia has shown the importance of inflow into the Murray–Darling Basin from forested catchments in high-rainfall areas. Concern has been expressed that native forest logging could, by leading to regrowth forests, diminish this inflow. This reflects that at least one...
Summary Surveying the location and level of damage by insect pests and diseases, such as canopy damage by the Monterey pine aphid, Essigella californica Essig (Hemiptera: Aphididae), a common defoliating pest of Pinus radiata, is now formally embedded in the management practices of most...
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