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(Vol 32, No 1) March 2011
(Vol 32, No 2) June 2011
(Vol 32, No 3) September 2011  
(Vol 32, No 4) December 2011  
 
March 2011 (Vol 32, No 1)
A Synopsis of the Career of Ing. Flavio Bazán Peralta
Baobab Well Preserved, So Far
Brazilian Wood Residues
Cutover Forest Tree Productivity a Surprise
Eucalyptus Resistance to Wilt
Forest Degradation in India
Forest Ecotourism in Costa Rica
Forest Fragment Composition
Gems from Duncan Poore—III—Forest Management
IUFRO Day 4—Time to Act
Liana Growth Analyzed
Management and Wood Density of Pinus taeda
Mangrove Growth Rings
Meetings and Courses
Norway-Indonesia REDD Pact
Parica Uses Found
Pollination Success in Teak
Prices Alone Don’t Sustain Management
Publications
Radiata Yield by Laser Scanner
Rain Forests Resisted Warming
Redbook for Forest Ecosystems
RIL Shortens Cutting Cycle
Riparian Habitats Critical for Birds
Self Thinning Analyzed
Stem Borer on Falcataria
Teak Susceptible to CO2
The Lower Slopes are Richer
Tropical Tree Ring Identification

June 2011 (Vol 32, No 2)

Bahamensis and caribaea for panels
Cable Logging Costs for Eucalyptus
Carbon Storage Relative to Logging
Free Publications
Gems from Duncan Poore—IV—Wider Considerations
Heat Resistance of Balsa Wood
IUFRO Conference 2010
Meetings and Courses
Minutes of ISTF’s 2011 Annual Membership Meeting
Need for Long-Term Annual Plot Data
Phosphorus at the Surface in Sabah
Plantation Bird Habitat in Brazil

September 2011 (Vol 32, No 3)

Abandoned Pasture Reforestation
Babaçu Sustainability Proposed
Biodiversity and logging in the Amazon
Boabab Fruit Yields
Bucking Length Affects Volume
Ceiba Versus Climbers in Ghana
Cerrado Vegetation in Brazil
Changes of Bryophytes with Forest Management
Circular Plots vs. Bitterlich
Copaifera Yields Vary
Decentralization Needs Improvement
Details of Forest Succession in Costa Rica
Early Plantation Growth Due to Site
EDITORIAL
Fast-Growers for Particle Board
Forest Condition in the Eyes of the Beholder
Forest Restoration in Brazil
Guadua Favored by Fires
High Grade Secondary Subtropical Forests in China
Land Values Key to Opine Returns in Paraná
Mayan Forest Management
Meetings and Courses
Microhabitat and Tree Species
More Mean Recovery Data
Natural mangrove restoration
Natural Regeneration in Logged Amazon Forest
Ordered Location of Cloud Forest Species
Plantation Brings Diversity
Prospects for Dipteryx
Publications
Rainforest Disturbances and Swietenia
REDD+ for Degraded Forest Restoration
Shifting Cultivation and Brazil Nuts
Synopsis of the Career of Dr. Gerardo Budowski*
Tabebuia Decline in the Amazon
The Potential of Leucaena
The Season for Harvesting Wood Fuel
The Value of Non-Native Species
Threats to Guaiacum
Treatment of Ceiba Against Termites
Variation in Mountain Forest

December 2010 (Vol 32, No 4)

Bertram Husch
Biodiversity and logging in the Amazon
Book Report: Planted Forests, Uses, Impacts, and Sustainability
The Career of Ing. Federico Bascopé Vargas
Cedrela Gum Reduces Water Turgidity
Cerrado Vegetation in Brazil
Certification Costs to Plantations in New Zealand
Chinese Secondary Saves Endangered Species
Direct Seeding Experience in Reforestation
Dry-forest Tree Species Locations and Water Availability
Hurricane Effects on Tropical Forest Birds
IUFRO Meliaceae Meeting Next June, at Nairobi
Litterfall High in Secondary Forests

Mahogany Regeneration
Medicinal Plants Decline with Logging But Can Recover
Meetings and courses
Natural Forest Gap Formation
Nutrients in Australian Tropical Rain Forest
Plantation Mahogany Contracts Physically
Plantations Produce More from Water
Publications
Rain Forest Species Site Selectivity in Fiji
Seed Banks Inadequate for Post-Logging Recovery
Site Risks for Radiata in Australia
The Species of Ipé
Status of Plantation Genetics, Particularly Khaya
Teak Germinates with Heat, Not Scarification
Teak Properties Constant Over Many Sites
Teakwood Properties Defy Management
Tree Height Affected by Spacing After All
Wear on Wood Cutting Tools
Wet forest growth not just illumination
Yield of Rubberwood in Cambodia