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Most bat species depend on forests for roosting, foraging, and drinking during part or all of their life cycles. Many of the world's forests are managed using a variety of silvicultural treatments and, over the past 40 years, researchers have studied the responses of bats to these treatments. I...

Author(s)
Loeb, S. C.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
Journal of Mammalogy, 2020, 101, 6, pp 1513-1525
Abstract

New Zealand's radiata pine plantation industry has been underpinned by advances in silvicultural practices that have resulted in productivity gains and a greater certainty in outcomes. Significant advances have been made in tree improvement, stock production in nurseries, establishment practices,...

Author(s)
Moore, J.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2021, 66, 3, pp 26-32
Abstract

Part of the response to the November 2016 Kaikoura M 7.8 earthquake was an investigation by Forbes Ecology Limited into permanent native forestry options across 420,500 ha of earthquake damaged hill and high country land to assist the affected communities (herein the Post-quake Farming/PQF project...

Author(s)
Forbes, A. S.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2021, 66, 1, pp 25-32
Abstract

Australia and New Zealand share many historical and contemporary commonalities. These define five contemporary forest environmental frontiers-for First Nations peoples, between agriculture and forestry, in forest management, in urban and peri-urban environments, and in relation to climate change....

Author(s)
Kanowski, P.; Edwards, P.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Ambio, 2021, 50, 12, pp 2183-2198
Abstract

Port Blakely has been using LiDAR for inventory purposes since 2015 and this technology has now become the company's primary option for forest inventory. Although there have been challenges to implementing this technology, the benefits have been found to far outweigh these, including being a game...

Author(s)
Gunn, A.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2021, 65, 4, pp 3-5
Abstract

In recent years, the concept of sustainable forest management has evolved into a number of Criteria and Indicators schemes that are designed to guide the practice of sustainable forestry. One such mechanism is the Montréal Process Criteria and Indicators, which identifies seven criteria and 54...

Author(s)
Gilani, H. R.; Innes, J. L.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Forest Policy and Economics, 2020, 118,
Abstract

Intensively managed forests are expected to play an increasingly important role in meeting future global demand for wood products. To meet this challenge, a key focus will be on lifting yields from these forests along with economic returns. In this study, we used data from a long-term series of...

Author(s)
Dash, J. P.; Moore, J. R.; Lee, J. R.; Klápště, J.; Dungey, H. S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2019, 446, pp 80-92
Abstract

Future Foresters is a Special Interest Group under the New Zealand Institute of Forestry. This paper outlines the history of how FF developed, its five key objectives, its current structure and funding (especially FRESTRA Club funding), and the future of FF.

Author(s)
Duval, A.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2022, 66, 4, pp 3-6
Abstract

This paper brings together perspectives on the future of forestry from academia, research and industry. A diverse group of people have been interviewed from the University of Canterbury, Toi Ohomai, Forest Growers Research (FGR), Scion, Port Blakely Ltd, Forest Protection Services Ltd and Forest...

Author(s)
Stewart, C.; Hartley, R. J. L.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2022, 66, 4, pp 7-13
Abstract

Forests are acknowledged globally for the diverse benefits they provide. Planning strategically, both internationally and in New Zealand, includes considering how we can manage and develop forest resources for the benefit of present and future generations. It is a time of change, including...

Author(s)
Wilson, J.
Publisher
New Zealand Institute of Forestry, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Forestry, 2022, 66, 4, pp 14-17

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