International Journal of Forest Engineering

Volume 23, Number 1, 2012

Table of contents (10 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter
  2. Editor's Note
  3. Editors' Note: Volume 23, Number 1


  1. Forests for Energy:: Can Productivity Be Sustained? An Overview and Personal Perspective
  2. Long-Term Site Preparation Effects on Volcanic Ash Forest Soils and Douglas-Fir
  3. Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics Following Biomass Harvesting:: Tracking Carbon and Nitrogen Patterns During Early Stand Development in Upland Black Spruce Ecosystems
  4. Provincial Government Standards, Criteria, and Indicators for Sustainable Harvest of Forest Biomass in British Columbia:: Soil and Biodiversity
  5. Biomass Utilization Allocation in Biofuel Production:: Model and Application
  6. Bioenergy Alongside Other Land Use:: Sustainability Assessment of Alternative Bioenergy Development Scenarios

Technical Note

  1. Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Accounting of Forest Operations in FPInterface

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