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News Notes by Tom Gill

ISTF News Headlines

-the following is a listing of articles that have appeared in the ISTF News.  If you are interested in a reprint of any article that we have published, please contact us at <webmaster@istf-bethesda.org>.  There may be a charge for non-members.

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March 1999 (Vol 20, No 1)
June 1999 (Vol 20, No 2)
September 1999 (Vol 20, No 3)
December 1999 (Vol 20, No 4)
 
March 1999, (Vol 20, No 1)

• Multiple Partner Management in Africa
• Decline of Amazonian Forests Described
• Research in Mexico Described
• Bolivia Plans Management
• International Seminar on Forest Administration and Management
• Final Rule on Brazil’s Bigleaf Mahogany
• Minutes of ISTF’s 1998 Annual Membership Meeting
• 2nd Session of IFF
• Forestry Opportunities in the Kyoto Protocol on Climate
• Eucalyptus Worth More Than Teak?
• Portico’s Success Described
• Protection a Relative Word
• DFID Focuses Future Research Support
• No Forest Without Management
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses
• Charcoal for Libreville
• Carbon Sequestration a Positive Course
• Birds Survive Logging!
• FSC Certification Advancing
• Peace Corps Completes 37 Years
• Forestry and Poverty in China
• Technical Notes from CATIE
• Forest Resource Manager Position
• New Online Bibliography

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June 1999 (Vol 20, No2)

• German Forestry Association
• Freezailah Departs ITTO
• Fellowship for Research
• Election of Directors
• Loret Miller Ruppe Scholarship
• The Living but Leaving Heritage
• Symposium by University of Michigan ISTF Chapter
• ISTF Email Change
• Meetings and Courses
• Publications
• Laarman’s Conclusions Prove Universal
• Gliricidia Agroforestry Benefits
• Wood and Plastic Compared
• Forestry Compendium Valuable Resource
• TROPIS Continues to Expand
• Secondary Forests Reviewed by CATIE
• Forest Role Ameliorating Climate
• Foliage-Sapwood Growth for Teak and Melina
• Greenhouse Gas Reviewed
• Low Impact Logging
• Passing of Two Foresters
• Tissue Culture of Bamboo
• Plantation Tectona and Khaya Wood Tested
• Seed Information Available for Caribbean
• Budowski Compares Natural Forests vs. Plantations
• More Technical Notes from CATIE
• Book Review on Managing Natural Forests
• Western Ghats Forest Monitored
• Vegetative Pawlownia Propagation
• Forest Certification Analyzed

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September 1999 (Vol 20, No 3)

• Successful Agroforestry in Bangladesh
• Alley Cropping Effective in Benin
• Dryland Tree Use in India
• Trees, Water and People
• IFF III Session
• Leslie R. Holdridge, 1907-1999
• Temperate/Tropical Log Nutrients Compared
• Dykstra to World Forestry Center
• Plantation Sustainability Mulled
• Forest Most Needed on the Mountains
• Wildlife Management Outlook Assessed
• FLORES Gets Underway
• Competitive Limits of Agroforestry
• Highlights at OFI
• Book Review on Forest Plantations
• Gliricidia Fallow Recommended
• Diversity and Plot Size
• Rubber Plantations Compared to Forests
• Seed Biology Seen Critical
• Nursery Study Leads to Better Plantations
• Publications, Meetings and Courses
• Catalyzing Regeneration Featured
• Leucaena Substitution for Inorganic N
• Vegetative Pawlownia Propagation Advantageous
• Logging Contrasts on Diversity
• Palm Heart Potentially Important in Guyana
• CIFOR Reports on Shift to Oilpalm

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December 1999 (Vol 20, No 4)

• XXXI IUFRO Congress 2000
• Decentralization Mulled in Philippines
• Silvicultural Effects Reviewed by CIRAD
• New Forests Project
• New Institute of Agroforestry
• Tree Seed Supplier
• Forest Futures: Population, Consumption and Wood Resources
• ISTF Student Chapter Activities at NCSU
• Exhibit by Oregon State University ISTF Chapter
• Brazilian Amazon Tour
• Lugo Addresses Mahogany Controversy
• Wood Substitution Reviewed
• Concern for NTFPs Described
• Hamilton Looks to Mountain Management
• Bruenig Defends Sustainability
• Ecological Effects of Logging Being Studied
• Holmes Reports Reduced RIL Costs
• Nickles Deservedly Honored
• Les Holdridge II
• Designing Logging Impacts
• Timber Produced Without Felling
• Teak Growth Modeled in Ghana
• Research Strategy Training
• UK Recording Forest Data
• CIFOR Releases C&I Tool Box
• MacArthur Notes Rising Demand for Sustainability
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses

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