Friday 21st Sep 2018

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66.  Shelter Systems - What Are They Worth.  446.69 Kb
Peter Bulman, 2004
67.  Marketing and Certification in the Forest Sector.  491.59 Kb
Blair Freeman and Mairead Hayter, 2004
68.  The Climate is Changing: Linking the Science with Forest and Plantation Growers.
Graeme Pearman, 2004
69.  From villains to visionaries: the debate we have to have.  741.94 Kb
Anthea Howard, 2004
70.  Plantation forestry in Queenslands dry tropic.  2.11 Mb
Geoff Dickinson and David Lee, 2005
71.  Impediments to investment in long rotation timber plantations.  449.29 Kb
Mark Kelly and Jinelle Agius, 2005
72.  Taking stock: measuring and monitoring as the foundation of forest planning.
Jerry Leech, 2005
73.  Managing dryland salinity for economic and natural resource outcomes.  330.10 Kb
David Pannell, 2005
74.  It's your responsibility to provide a safe and healthy workplace.  620.36 Kb
Derek Bendall, 2006
75.  Producing acceptable form in blackwood plantations.  84.01 Kb
Stuart Swanson, 2006
76.  Socio-economic impacts and attitudes towards plantations in Australia.  616.31 Kb
Jacki Schirmer, 2006
77.  JVAP research on farm forestry and agroforestry - where have we been and where are we going?  705.65 Kb
Rosemary Lott, 2006
78.  Perceptions and realities about water takeup by plantations and agriculture in Australia. 411.27 Kb
Various Authors, 2007
79.  Carbon trading and its relevance to plantations and farm forestry.  603.33 Kb
Sue Salvin, 2007
80.  Improving relationships - are there more engaging ways?  353.99 Kb
Trish Kevin, 2007
81.  Marketing of farm forestry.  872.23 Kb
Ian McArthur, 2007
82.  New Queensland code includes a guide that provides for private native forest practice. 381.12 Kb
Clynt Wells, 2008
83.  Eucalypt plantations in largely treeless landscapes: what can they do for wildlife?
Richard H Loyn, Ed McNabb, Phoebe Macak, Ryan Chick and Bob Hughes, 2008
84.  Aboriginal forest heritage as business.  212.11 Kb
Sue Feary, 2008
85.  Phase farming with tress - integrating forestry and agricultural R&D.  312.35 Kb
Richard Harper, Rob Sudmeyer and Keith Smettem, 2008
86.  Future-proofing Australia's economy: the case for bio-alcohols for transport.
Barney Foran, 2009
87.  Taking responsibility for fire suppression and fuel management.  203.83 Kb
Phil Cheney, 2009
88.  Highlights from 15 years of Joint Venture Agroforestry Program research.
John Powell, 2009
89.  Forest certification schemes and the chain of custody leading to the marketplace.
Hamish Crawford, 2009
90.   A nurseryman's view of how to get the best out of seedlings to reach prime product.
Bill Hollingworth, 2010
91.  Making ends meet: pathways to innovation in Australian Forestry.  685.14 Kb
Gordon Duff, 2010
92.   Growing more wood - where are we headed? 501.50 Kb
David Thompson, 2010
93.  Balancing land use for production of food, fibre and energy. 1.20 Mb
Gordon Davis, 2010
94.  Water takeup by trees in droughts and floods, and the interaction between plantations and groundwater.  515.67 Kb
Derek Eamus, 2011