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Sustained exploitation and the requirement for management
Differences between clear-cut harvested and naturally burned stands in relation to small mammals in central Labrador
An aspatial strategic analysis of implementing commercial thinning in Western Newfoudland
Fire danger monitoring using optical and thermal infrared NOAA-AVHRR images
Stand structure and stand development of three plantation age-classes that originated from cutovers compared to two natural stands in New Brunswick, Canada
A productivity analysis of single and mass lumber drying systems
Carbon sequestration patterns between young natural and managed balsam fir stands in three distinctive ecoregions of New Brunswick
Development and implementation of a forest management presentation for secondary high school students in New Brunswick
Choristoneura fumiferana and forest fire: relation of outbreaks to forest fire
The influence of disturbance type and severity on the species composition within the herbaceous layer
Beaver management in the University of New Brunswick Woodlot
Does habitat fragmentation affect the body condition and age structure of the blackburnian warbler (Dendroica fusca)?
A comparison of different harvesting systems and their effects on the abundance and distribution of regeneration in Jack pine stands
Five-year periodic volume growth in fertilized and untreated conifer pulpwood stands in New Brunswick
The hydrology and water resources of New Brunswick
1998 Holmes Brook algal bloom investigation
Green certification and the issues facing New Brunswick's private woodlot sector
The effect of different harvesting systems on natural regeneration in two black spruce (Picea marinana (Mill.) B.S.P.) stands in central New Brunswick
The effect of yellowheaded spruce sawfly, Pikonema alaskensis (Rohwer) Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae density on defoliation
Association between four songbird species and vegetation in a mature hardwood stand

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