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Forest Ecology and Management Forest Ecology and Management 193 (2004) 429-430 www.elsevier.com/locate/foreco Contents of Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 193 VOLUME 193, ISSUES 1-2 17 MAY 2004 Special Issue: Synthesis of the Physiological, Environmental, Genetic and Silvicultural Determinants of the Growth and Productivity of Eucalypts in Plantations Introduction Synthesis of the physiological, environmental, genetic and silvicultural determinants of the growth and productivity of eucalypts in plantations is. ee ey Se oe Cah ne ee tee COE 6k A eke ee bie ke Ee eats ch ald bea edea ew Regular articles Thinking about efficiency of resource use in forests D. Binkley (Fort Collins, CO, USA), J.L. Stape (Piracicaba, Brazil) and M.G. Ryan (Fort Collins, CO, USA) ............. Eucalyptus production and the supply, use and efficiency of use of water, light and nitrogen across a geographic gradient in Brazil J.L. Stape (Piracicaba, Brazil), D. Binkley and M.G. Ryan (Fort Collins, CO, USA)... 2... 0.000. ce ee 17 The relative contributions of tree improvement and cultural practice toward productivity gains in Eucalyptus pulpwood stands a rs, ee a "se a rsh i ORO E OHM OSL E Tb OREO DEAS DRESRER ERS Sead Silvicultural effects on the productivity and wood quality of eucalypt plantations J.L. de Moraes Gongalves, J.L. Stape, J.-P. Laclau (Piracicaba, Brazil), P. Smethurst (Hobart, Australia) and es ono kd ee bas Ob bao 8005 E OA STRORA S REDND ODOR OAS ODES DE EEE een es 45 Nitrogen management in Eucalyptus nitens plantations P. Smethurst (Hobart, Australia), G. Holz (Hobart, Australia and Burie, Australia), M. Moroni (Hobart, Australia and ee ee ee CU bean eee eee ek se CUMS LE STORE CLAS Oo 669-040) 6 63 Growth dynamics in a mixed-species plantation of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii D.I. Forrester, J. Bauhus (Canberra, Australia) and P.K. Khanna (Kingston, Australia)... 2.0... 0... ce eee 81 An irrigation-scheduling model for application of saline water to tree plantations S. Theiveyanathan (Kingston, Australia), R.G. Benyon (Mount Gambier, Australia), N.E. Marcar, B.J. Myers, P.J. Polglase and i FRE Een Eee CT eka ee 97 Physiological regulation of productivity and water use in Eucalyptus: a review D. Whitehead (Lincoln, New Zealand) and C.L. Beadle (Tasmania, Australia) .....0..00..00 .cee. eee. ee.e ee.e w ees 113 Selection of species and provenances for low-rainfall areas: physiological responses of Eucalyptus cloeziana and Eucalyptus argophloia to seasonal conditions in subtropical Queensland M.R. Ngugi (St. Lucia, Australia), M.A. Hunt (Gympie, Australia), D. Doley (St. Lucia, Australia), P. Ryan (Gympie, Australia) re es er ae i weak ae Deki eee & AROS AE Oe Ok 6 16:04 4 wh S90 See A eee 141 Changes in wood density of Eucalyptus camaldulensis due to temperature—the physiological link between water viscosity and wood anatomy D.S. Thomas (Penrith, Australia), K.D. Montagu (Beecroft, Australia) and J.P. Conroy (Penrith, Australia) ............... 157 Needs and opportunities for using a process-based productivity model as a practical tool in Eucalyptus plantations A.C. Almeida (Aracruz, Brazil and Canberra, Australia), J.J. Landsberg (Canberra, Australia), P.J. Sands (Hobart, Australia), M.S. Ambrogi, S. Fonseca, S.M. Barddal and F.L. Bertolucci (Aracruz, Brazil) ... 1.0... 0. 6c cece eee eee eee 167 Parameterisation of 3-PG model for fast-growing Eucalyptus grandis plantations A.C. Almeida (Aracruz, Brazil), J.J. Landsberg (Canberra, Australia) and P.J. Sands (Hobart, Australia)................. 179 doi: 10.1016/S0378-1127(04)00259-2 430 Contents of Volume 193 Verification of 3-PG growth and water-use predictions in twelve Eucalyptus plantation stands in Zululand, South Africa P.J. Dye (Pretoria, South Africa and Scottsville, South Africa), S. Jacobs (Pretoria, South Africa and Skukuza, South Africa) and D. Drew (Pretoria, South Africa and Congella, South Africa) Testing the utility of the 3-PG model for growth of Eucalyptus grandis x urophylla with natural and manipulated supplies of water and nutrients J.L. Stape (Piracicaba, Brazil), M.G. Ryan and D. Binkley (Ft. Collins, CO, USA) Understanding 3-PG using a sensitivity analysis L.J. Esprey (Scottsville, South Africa), P.J. Sands (Hobart, Australia) and C.W. Smith (Scottsville, South Africa) CABALA: a linked carbon, water and nitrogen model of forest growth for silvicultural decision support M. Battaglia, P. Sands (Hobart, Australia), D. White (Wembley, Australia) and D. Mummery (Hobart, Australia) Significance of rainfall distribution in predicting eucalypt plantation growth, management options, and risk assessment using the process-based model CABALA D. Mummery and M. Battaglia (Hobart, Australia) VOLUME 193, ISSUE 3 1 JUNE 2004 Above- and belowground biomass and net primary production in a cool-temperate deciduous forest in relation to topographical changes in soil nitrogen R. Tateno, T. Hishi and H. Takeda (Kyoto, Japan) Influence of parent material and soil type on the root chemistry of forest species grown on acid soils M. Camps Arbestain (Santiago de Compostela, Spain), C. Mourenza, E. Alvarez (Lugo, Spain) and F. Macias (Santiago de Compostela, Spain) Individual legacy trees influence vertebrate wildlife diversity in commercial forests M.J. Mazurek and W.J. Zielinski (Arcata, CA, USA) The expansion of native oakwoods into conifer cleared areas through planting A.M. Truscott, R.J. Mitchell, S.C.F. Palmer and D. Welch (Aberdeenshire, UK) Variation in survival and growth of cuttings in two clonal propagation methods for hybrid aspen (Populus tremula x P. tremuloides) T. Haapala (Helsinki, Finland), A. Pakkanen and P. Pulkkinen (Vantaa, Finland) Dead trees and protected polypores in unmanaged north-temperate forest stands of Lithuania R. Vasiliauskas (Uppsala, Sweden), A. Vasiliauskas (Kaunas, Lithuania), J. Stenlid (Uppsala, Sweden) and A. Matelis (Vilnius, Lithuania) Comparing height growth and biomass production of black spruce trees in logged and burned stands J.-C. Ruel, R. Horvath, C.H. Ung and A. Munson (Sainte-Foy, Canada) A test and application of the model ForNBM in a northeastern Ontario jack pine (Pinus banksiana lamb.) stand Z. Zhu (Fredericton, Canada), N.W. Foster (Sault Ste. Marie, Canada), P.A. Arp, F. Meng and C.P.-.A. Bourque (Fredericton, Canada) Simulated cavity tree dynamics under alternative timber harvest regimes Z. Fan, S.R. Shifley, F.R. Thompson III and D.R. Larsen (Columbia, MO, USA) Long-term effects of repeated urea fertilization in Douglas-fir stands on forest floor nitrogen pools and nitrogen mineralization J. Prietzel, G.L. Wagoner and R.B. Harrison (Seattle, WA, USA) Book review Natural resource conflict management case studies: an analysis of power, participation and protected areas ra se we 6 ow ws ee ne wh Wie eet os ih ae Behe Wen bib en eels Mika A ee hl Contents of Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 193

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