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Indigenous communities in northern Australia own and manage around 46 million ha of forest. Some of these forests currently support a small and socioeconomically important Indigenous commercial forestry and forest products industry. There is much unrealised potential for the further development...
Long-term forest monitoring undertaken by Forestcheck since 2001 has examined the effects of silvicultural treatment on floral diversity and assemblage composition in the jarrah forest of southwest Western Australia. Both prescribed burns and wildfires have overlain the network of Forestcheck...
Terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) instruments like the Zebedee (including the Zeb-1 and its derivatives) and Dual-Wavelength Echidna LiDAR (DWEL) can usefully measure tree diameter, height and annual height growth for trees up to at least 10 m tall in a forest plantation setting. In a case study...
Tree breeders are increasingly using resistance drilling (RESI) for the non-destructive assessment of wood basic density, but its application to the measurement of stem diameter at breast height (DBH) and bark thickness is less reported. Using Eucalyptus globulus progeny trials established with...
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