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SummaryQuantification of fire-prone vegetation is a challenge for land and fire managers who need explicit fuel data to support fire management decision-making. Fuel characteristics including the distribution of fuel elements by size class, live and dead components, compactness, and horizontal...
SummaryThe history, size and status of each of Australia’s 12 public wood collections, or ‘xylaria’, are reviewed in light of the uncertain future of most of them. Their history is traced from the colonial era to the present. Australian colonies sent wood samples to Britain and international...
SummaryAppropriate silviculture, based on natural forest dynamics and ecological attributes of tree species, is fundamental to the sustainable management of native (natural and semi-natural) forests for wood production. Continuous-cover silviculture works well in shade-tolerant spruce–fir–beech...
SummaryTwo compatible conversion factors for converting diameter measurements taken at different breast heights were derived for Pinus radiata using taper data from more than 3000 trees. The two breast heights used for conversion were 1.3 and 1.4 m above ground, as defined in Australia and New...
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