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Cover of RFS Quarterly Journal of Forestry, April 2013

Date Issued: 03 April 2013


Cone production, canopy cover to control vegetation, rare birch – a few of the fascinating articles in the April issue of the Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF) which is free to RFS members. Interested? Then why not sample the abstract of “Cone production of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in stands undergoing transformation to continuous cover forestry” by Victoria Stokes – free to view on our website.

April 2013 issue articles include:

  • Government Responds to the Independent Panel Report by RFS Director of Development, Simon Lloyd
  • Cone production of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in stands undergoing transformation to continuous cover forestry by Victoria Stokes
  • Using Canopy Cover to Control Vegetation in Continuous Cover Forestry - a triumph of hope over reality? by Ralph Harmer & Gary Ker
  • Land Use in Guadalcanal by Elizabeth Kartawick
  • Rare Birch in the Caucasus Mountains by Paul Bartlett
  • Visiting a Ground-breaking Reforestation Project in Bolivia by Steve Manchee
  • Challenges in New Zealand Forestry by Stefania Pizzirani
  • The Native Forests of New Zealand by Gary Kerr & Glenn Stewart
  • RFS Accounts & Directors’ Report for 2012

The QJF is free to members, available to non-members for £100 per annum in the UK and elsewhere at £200 per annum. Why not join us, to receive the QJF free.