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A review of New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis (D.Don) Lindl.): its ecology, history, growth and potential for management for timber.
Current research suggests that rotation length can be reduced by best-practice management, and that planted stands could be a continuing source of kauri timber in the world.
DISPERSAL AND DESTRUCTION OF SEED IN CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND PODOCARP FORESTS
- A. E. Beveridge
New Zealand has a similar history of logging, followed by the plough or fire, or similar disturbances. In addition, since all the ungulates have been introduced in a short time, biologically…
Biological flora of New Zealand 9. Beilschmiedia tawa(A. Cunn.) Benth. et Hook. F. ex Kirk (Lauraceae) Tawa
Abstract Morphological and anatomical descriptions of Beilschmiedia tawa are given together with information relevant to its ecology, a distribution map based on its presence or absence in grid…
The ecology of Dacrydium cupressinum: A review
Books relating to the ecology of rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum) are reviewed with respect to the reproductive biology, vegetative morphology and growth, and population dynamics of this species.
Kauri forests in the New Hebrides
- A. E. Beveridge
- Environmental Science
- 13 November 1975
It is suggested that the emergent Agathis could moderate the effect of hurricane-force winds on the broadleaved canopy but that the smaller canopy breaks allow the growth of previously established but stagnating Agath is seedlings; similar release ofAgathis regeneration has resulted from small-scale selective logging on Aneityum.
Forests and Native Wildlife
This chapter describes the composition of the modern forests; the discovery of the Pureora Buried Forest and the significant information about ancient environments and extinct invertebrates it…
Planting podocarps in disturbed indigenous forests of the central North Island.
Ecology, management and history of the forests of the Mamaku Plateau, New Zealand: an annotated bibliography.