New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science
The New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science is international in scope, covering the breadth of forestry science. Plantation forestry is a particular focus, and the contents also include papers on a wide range of forestry topics, including tropical species, climate change and forestry policy.
Coverage includes research in these broad areas: Biodiversity, including genetics and indigenous species; Productive Capacity and Forest Management; Forest Health and Vitality; Soil and Water Resources; Global Carbon Cycles; Social and Economic Impacts of Forestry, including primary and secondary wood products and economics; and Forestry Policy.
Simple random sampling of individual items in the absence of a sampling frame that lists the individuals
P. W. West (August 2016)
Use of upper stem diameters in a polynomial taper equation for New Zealand radiata pine: an evaluation
Charles O. Sabatia (August 2016)
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