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RFS Quarterly Journal of Forestry: The Exceptional Yew Trees of England, Scotland and Wales
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Quarterly Journal of Forestry July 2013

Date Issued: 30 June 2013


Exceptional yew trees; acoustic velocity measurements of oak; an invitation to join the OPAL Tree Health Survey and cord-forming fungi in British Woodlands – just a few of the topics covered in this month's Quarterly Journal of Forestry (QJF).

An abstract of The Exceptional Yew Trees of England, Scotland and Wales by Andy Moir, Toby Hindson, Tim Hills and Richard Haddlesley is free to view on the RFS website. The QJF is free to RFS members, and is available to non-members in the UK for £100 per annum and elsewhere at £200 per annum. Join us now to start receiving the QJF!

Other articles in the July 2013 issue include:

  • Acoustic Velocity Measurements of Oak – Do These Assist in Detecting Shaken Stems? by Andrew Price and Peter Savill
  • Cord-Forming Fungi in British Woodlands by Kirsty Monk and Gabriel Hemery
  • Forest Village – a development concept by Matt Wood
  • The Challenges our Woodlands Face by John Weir
  • OPAL Tree Health Survey – an invitation by RFS Development Director Simon Lloyd to get involved
  • Tree Species and Provenance Choice in High-value Conservation Sites by Keith Kirby
  • World Forest Summit by Daniel Monk who took up one of the free places offered by the RFS
  • Changes to Certificates of Competence by RFS Education Officer Debbie Cotton
  • Spreading Like Wildfire – The Psychological Drivers of Firesetting by M. Jollands, A.J. Moffat and J. Morris