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Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science - Vol 79, No 3 (2017)

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Articles

Editorial: A synopsis of silvicultural and management considerations for dryland forestry EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ben du Toit, Gideon F. Malherbe
Eucalypt plantation management in regions with water stress EMAIL FULL TEXT
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José L.M. Gonçalves, Clayton A. Alvares, José H.T. Rocha, Carolina B. Brandani, Rodrigo Hakamada 169-183
The development of reforestation options for dryland farmland in south-western Australia: a review EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Richard J. Harper, Stanley J. Sochacki, John F. McGrath 185-196
Use of hydrogels in the planting of industrial wood plantations EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jacob W. Crous 197-213
Comparison of wood, fibre and vessel properties of drought-tolerant eucalypts in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sven-Olof Lundqvist, Thomas Grahn, Lars Olsson, Thomas Seifert 215-225
The potential of Vachellia kosiensis (Acacia kosiensis) as a dryland forestry species in terms of its water use, growth rates and resultant water-use efficiency EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mark B. Gush 227-234
Survival and long-term growth of eucalypts on semi-arid sites in a Mediterranean climate, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ben du Toit, Gideon F. Malherbe, Anton Kunneke, Thomas Seifert, C Brand. Wessels 235-249
Biomass production and potential water stress increase with planting density in four highly productive clonal Eucalyptus genotypes EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rodrigo Hakamada, Robert M. Hubbard, Silvio Ferraz, José Luiz Stape, Cristiane Lemo 251-257
Predicting site productivity of the timber tree Pterocarpus angolensis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Vera De Cauwer, Esther Fichtler, Hans Beeckman, F. Patrick Graz, Jan Mertens, Sam Van Holsbeeck, Bart Muys 259-268


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