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An audit of forest biosecurity arrangements and preparedness in Australia
Although serious pest and disease outbreaks in forestry are relatively rare, current biosecurity arrangements for plantation forestry are poorly defined. This project gathered alternative view... Read More
Contribution of CAR reserves to mature-forest biodiversity in production forest landscapes
Australia’s National Forest Policy is based on a forest biodiversity conservation strategy that relies on a network of CAR (comprehensive, adequate and representative) reserves and complementa... Read More
The effect of thinning on wood quality and solid wood product recovery of regrowth forests: E. regnans from central highlands
The objective of this research was to determine if, after the application of conventional processing methods, there were differences in solid wood quality, recovery and board defects between E... Read More
Webinar: Costs and benefits of forest biosecurity: Case study 1 - Eucalyptus leaf beetle as the example of an established defoliating pest.
This talk is one of a series arising from a recent FWPA funded study that has attempted to quantify the costs and benefits of forest biosecurity using case-studies (PNC362-1415). This case-st... Read More