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The market potential for sawn New Zealand beech
(University of Canterbury, 1994)
Sawn timber from the species Nothofagus fusca, N. menziesii, and N. truncata, have wood properties that are ideal for the manufacture of furniture and other high value applications. In foreign markets sawn beech could ...
Modelling the growth of mean top height and basal area of Eucalyptus grandis in Zimbabwe
(University of Canterbury. Forestry, 1994)
Data from Nelder spacing trials for a limited range of ages from 1 to 7, were used to model the growth of basal area and mean top height of Eucalyptus grandis in Zimbabwe. Two projection functions, the log reciprocal and ...
Factors affecting the early growth and survival of indigenous seedlings planted for the purpose of ecological restoration
(University of Canterbury. Forestry, 1996)
This report consists of two parts: 1) a review of factors affecting the early growth and survival of indigenous seedlings planted for the purpose of ecological restoration; 2) field trials of different treatments at ...
Populus "androscoggin" : some wood characteristics and drying options
(University of Canterbury. Forestry, 1990)
This study explored the wood properties of Populus "androscoggin" (Populus trichocarpa X Populus maximowiczii) grown in a river bed plantation near Timaru. The objectives of this study were: (1) to determine some general ...