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Title: Proceedings of the symposium on intensive culture of northern forest types: Translating Forestry Knowledge Into Forestry Action
Author: Northeastern Forest Experiment Station,
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-29. Upper Darby, PA: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 356p.
- Translating forestry knowledge into forestry action
McGuire, John R.
- Wood as a strategic material
Rolston, Kenneth S.
- National and regional needs for increasing wood yields through intensive management
Phelps, Robert B.
- Let's call the whole thing off!
- Present methods and technology available for intensive management and extent of present use
Weetman, Gordon F.
- How applicable is even-aged silviculture in the northeast?
Griffin, Ralph H.
- How applicable is uneven-age management in northern forest types?
Filip, Stanley M.
- Even-aged intensive management: two case histories
Klaiber, Harold M.
- Silvicultural systems - uneven-aged management
Wing, Morris R.
- Natural regeneration - small ownerships from concept to practice
Dodge, Arthur G., Jr.
- Public lands - from concept to practice
Vrablec, John J.
- Artificial regeneration; applicability, options and research needs
Abbott, Herschel G.
- Large scale softwood planting operations in New Brunswick
Barteaux, M. K.
- Hardwood planting in southern Ontario
von Althen, F. W.
- Direct seeding in northern forest types
Griffin, Ralph H.
- Intermediate cultural practices
Dinneen, W. Robert
- Silvicultural potential for pre-comercial treatment in northern forest type
Hocker, H. W.,Jr.
- Field experience silvicultural cleaning project in young spruce and fir stands in central Nova Scotia
Tryon, Theodore C.; Hartranft, Thomas W.
- Indications of silvicultural potential from long-term experiments in spruce-fir types
Frank, Robert M.
- Field experiences in pre-commercial thinning, planting and container growing of northern softwoods
Selin, L. Oscar
- Status of fertilization and nutrition research in northern forest types
Czapowskyj, Miroslaw M.
- Site classification for northern forest species
Carmean, Willard H.
- Nutrients: a major consideration in intensive forest management
Hornbeck, James W.
- Status of growth and yield information for northern forest types
Solomon, Dale S.
- The status of tree improvement programs for northern tree species
Canavera, David S.
- Status of herbicide technology for control of tree species and to reduce shrub and grass competition
McCormack, Maxwell L., Jr.
- Compatibility of intensive timber culture with recreation, water and wildlife management
Shaw, Samuel P.
- Planning for & implementing intensive cultural long & short range planning
Hazelton, Lester W.
- Planning pitfalls
Freeman, James H.
- Small woodland ownership management
Childs, Albert J.
- Effects of taxation on the planning and implementation of intensive timber management
Field, David B.
- Effects of incentives programs
Green, Duane L.
- Possible legislative constraints to intensive silvicultural practices in northern forest types
Whittaker, Brendan J.
- Technical assistance for intensive culture of northern forest types
OKeffe, Timothy G.
- Closing comments
Knight, Fred B.
Description: A report on the symposium held in July 1976 at the University of Maine, Orono, containing 35 papers presented at the meeting.
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Northeastern Forest Experiment Station 1977. Proceedings of the symposium on intensive culture of northern forest types: Translating Forestry Knowledge Into Forestry Action. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-29. Upper Darby, PA: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 356p.
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