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Natural regeneration in wet sclerophyll forest with an overstorey of Eucalyptus microcorys, E. saligna and Lophostemon confertus.
Summary Natural regeneration in wet sclerophyll forest dominated by Eucalyptus microcorys, E. saligna and Lophostemon confertus in the mid north coast of New South Wales was investigated by survey
Management of forests for local use in the hills of Nepal-I: Changing forest management paradigms
Since 1950 the Government of Nepal has shown a dramatic change in its attitude towards the condition of hill forests. Early indifference changed to an acute awareness as the extent of the
Floristic composition and structure of a rainforest area 25yr after logging
In 1949 an area of undisturbed warm temperate rainforest (simple notophyll vine forest) in mid-north coastal New South Wales, Australia was studied in terms of both floristics and structure (Burges
Management of forests for local use in the hills of Nepal. 2. Towards the development of participatory forest management.
Deux exemples de developpement de plan de gestion avec consultation des utilisateurs sont presentes. Dans le premier cas, les reunions publiques ont ete suivies rapidement par l'elaboration du plan.
Blackbutt advance regeneration: its persistence and significance
TLDR
This remarkable demonstration of apical dominance indicates that the deliberate cutting back of prostrate stems to force coppicing close to the butt is not essential for good recovery, though it may be advisable in order to achieve stability of the tree in the longer term.