The October 2014 (71, 7) issue is available

We have the pleasure to inform you that the Octobre 2014 issue is now available on our website. Please find below the table of contents and the links to view the papers.

Review Paper

Considering evolutionary processes in adaptive forestry
François Lefèvre, Thomas Boivin, Aurore Bontemps


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Original Papers

Use of Gumbel and Weibull functions to model extreme values of diameter distributions in forest stands
J. Javier Gorgoso-Varela, Alberto Rojo-Alboreca

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Is generalisation of uneven-aged management in mountain forests the key to improve biodiversity conservation within forest landscape mosaics?
Mathilde Redon, Sandra Luque, Frédéric Gosselin

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Stem taper function for sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) coppice stands in northwest Spain
María Menéndez-Miguélez, Elena Canga, Pedro Álvarez-Álvarez

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Impact of local slope and aspect assessed from LiDAR records on tree diameter in radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) plantations
Hanieh Saremi, Lalit Kumar, Russell Turner, Christine Stone

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Spatial coexistence of American beech and sugar maple regeneration in post-harvest northern hardwood forests
Andrew S. Nelson, Robert G. Wagner

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Effects of forest management on the amount of deadwood in Mediterranean oak ecosystems
Alessandro Paletto, Isabella De Meo, Paolo Cantiani

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Ectomycorrhizal communities associated with silver fir seedlings (Abies alba Mill.) differ largely in mature silver fir stands and in Scots pine forecrops
Rafał Ważny

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Adventitious sprouting of Pinus leiophylla in response to salt stress
Marcos Jimenez-Casas, Janusz J. Zwiazek

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Disturbances in European beech water relation during an extreme drought
Marianne Peiffer, Nathalie Bréda, Vincent Badeau, André Granier

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