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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 2001(Vol 22, No 1)
June 2001 (Vol 22, No 2)
September 2001 (Vol 22, No 3)
December 2001 (Vol 22, No 4)
 

March 2001 (Vol 22, No 1)


• Protected Area Increase Foreseen for Amazon
• Working Plans of Uganda valued
• Costa Rica Compensates for Environmental Services
• Member Recruitment
• Nair Receives Agronomy Award
• SAF Honorary Membership for Rodolfo Salazar
• President’s Corner
• Forest Information Update
• SAF Extends Appreciation to Warren Doolittle
• Coastal Co-Management Brings Lessons
• Venezuela Reports on Approaching Plantation Harvest
• Minutes of ISTF’s Annual Membership Meeting
• World Resources Report Issued
• IITF Completes Silvics Manual
• Diffuse-Porous Juvenile Teak
• Bolivian Chapter Meets
• CIFOR Looks into Research Effectiveness
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses
• Mahogany Trade Report Issued
• Will Agricultural Intensification Save the Amazon Forest?
• Perspective on Softwood from the South
• Editorial: Natural Regeneration
• Kerala, an Important Research Institute
• Species Rated for Improved Fallows
• Brazil Reduces Mahogany Exports
• CATIE Consolidates Seed Information
• Manaus Wood Industry Studies
• Teak Increments in Costa Rica Summarized
• International Seminar on Forest Administration and Management
• Positions Wanted

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June 2001 (Vol 22, No 2)
• Forestry Outlook for Malawi
• Forestry in Nepal in 2025
• Mycorrhizal Prevalence Seen in Cameroon
• Member Recruitment
• Earth Summit 2002
• Progress on Certification
• CIFOR Gets a New Director General
• FAO Strategic Plan
• Peanuts Boost Gum growth
• Book Review: “The Perpetual Forest: Using Lessons from the Past to Sustain
• Canada’s Forests on the Future”
• Energy Needs to Guide Forestry
• Lessons from Agriculture for Intensive Management
• Community-Based Forestry Progressing
• RIL Effects on Carbon Explored
• Sustainability of Plantations Studied
• Farm Forest Support Industry in India
• ESNACIFOR at 30 Years
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses
• Mixed Growth Stimulus Studied
• Climber Cutting Questioned
• Dickerman Memorial Exhibit
• Reduced-Impact Regeneration
• Status: Consultants’ Roster

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September 2001 (Vol 22, No 3)

• ITTO Sets Three Year Targets
• Conservation Costs Debated
• Certification Experience Reviewed
• ISTF Annual Meeting
• New ISTF Chapter Officers at NCSU
• Biologist Contribution to Certification Invited
• Failures More Important than Successes
• Amazon Wood Durability Tested
• Development Aid Levels Compared
• Zweede's Leadership in RIL Recognized
• Advanced Successional Forest Described
• Agroforestry Better than Monoculture
• Convincing Effects of Pruning Reported
• New Center for Agroforestry
• United Nations Forum on Forests
• Leslie Returns to His Predictions
• Bruenig and Klemp Speak to Risks
• Sedjo Looks Ahead
• CAMCORE Experience with Hondurensis
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses
• Books on Forestry in Tropical America
• Dvorak, Optimistic, Cites Genetics Concerns
• Secretary General Named for 2003 World Forestry Congress
• Sustainability of NTFP Studies
• Brazilian RIL Guidelines Published
• The Atlantic Forest Described
• Bird Perches Prove Effective
• Member Recruitment
• Yale Student Chapter Conference
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December 2001 (Vol 22, No 4)

• Monitoring Distractions of Conservation Described
• Alf Leslie Speaks Out on RIL
• RIL Featured by ITTO
• New ISTF E-mail Address
• President’s Corner
• Massive Reforestation Proposed in Asia
• Agroforestry Trend in India Challenged
• RFC Approaches Its Tenth Year
• Integrated Liberation Suggested
• Nair Elected Fellow of Soil Science Society
• RIL Database Announced
• Conference Promotes Plantations
• Eucalyptus/Grass Relationship Studied
• Garden Club Fellowships Offered Again
• Forest Production Impacts Reviewed
• Climax of Mata Atlantica Described
• Availability of Tree Seeds
• Mimosa Seen as Invader in Kerala
• Processing Evaluated by ITTO
• Importance of South African Plantations
• Rattan Opportunities and Constraints
• FAO’s 2000 Inventory Summarized
• Asia-Pacific Response to RIL
• The World’s Forests
• Caura Forest Characterized
• Isolated Trees Receive Seed Rain
• Gaps Studies in Guyana
• Publications, Meetings and Courses

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September 2001 (Vol 22, No 3)

• ITTO Sets Three Year Targets
• Conservation Costs Debated
• Certification Experience Reviewed
• ISTF Annual Meeting
• New ISTF Chapter Officers at NCSU
• Biologist Contribution to Certification Invited
• Failures More Important than Successes
• Amazon Wood Durability Tested
• Development Aid Levels Compared
• Zweede's Leadership in RIL Recognized
• Advanced Successional Forest Described
• Agroforestry Better than Monoculture
• Convincing Effects of Pruning Reported
• New Center for Agroforestry
• United Nations Forum on Forests
• Leslie Returns to His Predictions
• Bruenig and Klemp Speak to Risks
• Sedjo Looks Ahead
• CAMCORE Experience with Hondurensis
• Publications
• Meetings and Courses
• Books on Forestry in Tropical America
• Dvorak, Optimistic, Cites Genetics Concerns
• Secretary General Named for 2003 World Forestry Congress
• Sustainability of NTFP Studies
• Brazilian RIL Guidelines Published
• The Atlantic Forest Described
• Bird Perches Prove Effective
• Member Recruitment
• Yale Student Chapter Conference

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