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Forestry cultivation collection

Code: 91655
This is the Forestry cultivation collection. This collection includes 34 chapters that review advancements in forest management and husbandry techniques for tropical and boreal/temperate forests.

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A selection of chapters in this collection:
Advances in monitoring and managing natural hazards and forest disturbances: John A. Stanturf, Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia; Lee Frelich, University of Minnesota, USA; Pablo J. Donoso, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile; and Timo Kuuluvainen, University of Helsinki, Finland
Advances in monitoring forest growth and health: Andrew Lister, USDA Forest Service, USA
Advances in stand management and regeneration: Thomas J. Dean, Louisiana State University, USA
Developing forestry products: timber: David Nicholls, USDA Forest Service, USA
Developing forestry recreation services: John Daigle, University of Maine, USA
Emerging technologies to develop new forest products: Tatjana Stevanovic, Laval University, Canada
Innovations in forest harvesting technology: Woodam Chung, Kevin Lyons and Lucas Wells, Oregon State University, USA
Key challenges in forest management: Donald Grebner, Mississippi State University, USA; and Pete Bettinger, University of Georgia, USA
Scope and challenge of sustainable forestry: Philip J. Burton, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Species choice, planting and establishment in temperate and boreal forests: meeting the challenge of global change: Christophe Orazio, European Forest Institute, France; Peter Freer-Smith, University of California-Davis, USA; Tim Payn, Scion and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, New Zealand; and Tom Fox, Rayonier Inc., USA
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