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93 artículos asociados 
Volumen 255 Número 3 Parte 0 Año 2008

Estimation of tree species richness from large area forest inventory data: Evaluation and comparison of jackknife estimators
Tzeng Yih Lam, Christoph Kleinn
Pág. 1002 - 1010  

Individual-tree diameter growth model for rebollo oak (Quercus pyrenaica
Patricia Adame, Jari Hynynen, Isabel Cañellas, Miren del Río
Pág. 1011 - 1022  

Modelling the influence of environment and stand characteristics on basic density and modulus of elasticity for young Pinus radiata
Michael S. Watt, Peter W. Clinton, Graham Coker, Murray R. Davis, Robyn Simcock, Roger L. Parfitt, John Dando
Pág. 1023 - 1033  

Effects of Reduced Impact Logging on genetic diversity and spatial genetic structure of a Hymenaea courbaril
André Eduardo Biscaia de Lacerda, Milton Kanashiro, Alexandre Magno Sebbenn
Pág. 1034 - 1043  

Supplemental protocol for liana censuses
Stefan A. Schnitzer, Suzanne Rutishauser, Salomón Aguilar
Pág. 1044 - 1049  

Pairwise comparison of soil organic particle-size distributions in native savannas and Eucalyptus plantations in Congo
Rémi d¿Annunzio, Sofian Conche, Damien Landais, Laurent Saint-André, Richard Joffre, Bernard G. Barthès
Pág. 1050 - 1056  

Slow recolonization of burned oak¿juniper woodlands by Ashe juniper (Juniperus ashei
Charlotte M. Reemts, Laura L. Hansen
Pág. 1057 - 1066  

Genetic diversity and differentiation of Quercus semiserrata
Greuk Pakkad, Saneyoshi Ueno, Hiroshi Yoshimaru
Pág. 1067 - 1077  

No initial size advantage for Japanese cedars in crowded stands
Biing T. Guan, Shu-Tzong Lin, Ya-Hui Lin, Yi-Sui Wu
Pág. 1078 - 1084  

Survival and growth of planted and seeded oak (Quercus robur
Sauli Valkonen
Pág. 1085 - 1094  

Aspen snag dynamics, cavity-nesting birds, and trophic cascades in Yellowstone's northern range
Jeff P. Hollenbeck, William J. Ripple
Pág. 1095 - 1103  

Modelling water balance in fertilised and unfertilised Cupressus lusitanica
Michael S. Watt, Alicia L. Kiyvyra, Peter W. Clinton, Graham Coker, Roger L. Parfitt, Robyn Simcock, John Dando, Murray R. Davis, Stephen H. Schoenholtz
Pág. 1104 - 1112  

Variation of carbon storage by different reforestation types in the hilly red soil region of southern China
Hua Zheng, Zhiyun Ouyang, Weihua Xu, Xiaoke Wang, Hong Miao, Xiquan Li, Yuxin Tian
Pág. 1113 - 1121  

Public land, timber harvests, and climate mitigation: Quantifying carbon sequestration potential on U.S. public timberlands
Brooks M. Depro, Brian C. Murray, Ralph J. Alig, Alyssa Shanks
Pág. 1122 - 1134  

Soil nutrient¿landscape relationships in a lowland tropical rainforest in Panama
Frauke K. Barthold, Robert F. Stallard, Helmut Elsenbeer
Pág. 1135 - 1148  

Comparison of growth, nutrition and soil properties of pure stands of Quercus castaneifolia
Einollah Rouhi-Moghaddam, Seyed Mohsen Hosseini, Ezzatollah Ebrahimi, Masoud Tabari, Ahmad Rahmani
Pág. 1149 - 1160  

The effect of the tree species ratio of European beech (Fagus sylvatica
Julian Heiermann, Stefan Schütz
Pág. 1161 - 1166  

Dynamic growth model for I-214 poplar plantations in the northern and central plateaux in Spain
Marcos Barrio-Anta, Hortensia Sixto-Blanco, Isabel Cañellas-Rey De Viñas, Fernando Castedo-Dorado
Pág. 1167 - 1178  

Resource selection by roe deer: Are windthrow gaps attractive feeding places?
Barbara Moser, Martin Schütz, Karin E. Hindenlang
Pág. 1179 - 1185  

Establishment of direct seeded seedlings of Norway spruce and Scots pine: Effects of stand conditions, orientation and distance with respect to shelter tree, and fertilisation
Charlotta Erefur, Urban Bergsten, Michelle de Chantal
Pág. 1186 - 1195  

Effect of boron fertiliser, weed control and genotype on foliar nutrients and tree growth of juvenile Pinus radiata
Sonya T. Olykan, Jianming Xue, Peter W. Clinton, Malcolm F. Skinner, Doug J. Graham, Alan C. Leckie
Pág. 1196 - 1209  

Comparisons of litterfall, litter decomposition and nutrient return in a monoculture Cunninghamia lanceolata
Qingkui Wang, Silong Wang, Yu Huang
Pág. 1210 - 1218  

Learning from spatial variability: Aspen persistence in the Centennial Valley, Montana
Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey
Pág. 1219 - 1225  

Seed production, pre-dispersal seed predation and germination of Nothofagus glauca
Aracely Burgos, Audrey A. Grez, Ramiro O. Bustamante
Pág. 1226 - 1233  

Forest structure and fire history in an old Pinus nigra
Peter Z. Fulé, Montserrat Ribas, Emilia Gutiérrez, Ramón Vallejo, Margot W. Kaye
Pág. 1234 - 1242  

Differences of dispersal fitness of large and small acorns of Liaodong oak (Quercus liaotungensis
Hongmao Zhang, Yu Chen, Zhibin Zhang
Pág. 1243 - 1250  

Microhabitats in lowland beech forests as monitoring tool for nature conservation
Susanne Winter, Georg Christian Möller
Pág. 1251 - 1261  

Dendrochronological reconstruction of jack pine snag and downed log dynamics in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada
Juha M. Metsaranta, Victor J. Lieffers, Ross W. Wein
Pág. 1262 - 1270  

Breeding bird communities of upland hardwood forest 12 years after shelterwood logging
Kimberly H. Augenfeld, Scott B. Franklin, David H. Snyder
Pág. 1271 - 1282  

Regeneration of commercial tree species following silvicultural treatments in a moist tropical forest
M. Peña-Claros, E.M. Peters, M.J. Justiniano, F. Bongers, G.M. Blate, T.S. Fredericksen, F.E. Putz
Pág. 1283 - 1293  

Effects of wildfire, salvage logging and slash manipulation on Pinus pinaster
Cristina Fernández, José A. Vega, Teresa Fonturbel, Enrique Jiménez, Pedro Pérez-Gorostiaga
Pág. 1294 - 1304  

Hydrogel applied to the root plug of subtropical eucalypt seedlings halves transplant death following planting
D.S. Thomas
Pág. 1305 - 1314  

Rainfall and cloud-water interception in tropical montane forests in the eastern Andes of Central Peru
Daniel Gomez-Peralta, Steven F. Oberbauer, Michael E. McClain, Thomas E. Philippi
Pág. 1315 - 1325  

Soil carbon dynamics in a chronosequence of secondary forests in northeastern Costa Rica
Jessica L. Schedlbauer, Kathleen L. Kavanagh
Pág. 1326 - 1335  

Location relative to a retention patch affects the ECM fungal community more than patch size in the first season after timber harvesting on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Melanie D. Jones, Brendan D. Twieg, Daniel M. Durall, Shannon M. Berch
Pág. 1342 - 1352  

Standing dead trees and their decay-class dynamics in the northeastern boreal old-growth forests of Quebec
Tuomas Aakala, Timo Kuuluvainen, Sylvie Gauthier, Louis De Grandpré
Pág. 410 - 420  

Ability to avoid water stress in seedlings of two oak species is lower in a dense forest understory than in a medium canopy gap
J. Rodríguez-Calcerrada, J.A. Pardos, L. Gil, I. Aranda
Pág. 421 - 430  

Post-fire Mediterranean vegetation dynamics and diversity: A discussion of succession models
Raimondo Capitanio, Christopher Carcaillet
Pág. 431 - 439  

Incorporating aspects of habitat fragmentation into long-term forest planning using mixed integer programming
Karin Öhman, Peder Wikström
Pág. 440 - 446  

Short- and medium-term contrasting effects of nitrogen fertilization on C and N cycling in a poplar plantation soil
M.C. Moscatelli, A. Lagomarsino, P. De Angelis, S. Grego
Pág. 447 - 454  

Individual tree models for the crown biomass distribution of Scots pine, Norway spruce and birch in Finland
Timo Tahvanainen, Eero Forss
Pág. 455 - 467  

Winter habitat use by red and roe deer in pine-dominated forest
J. Borkowski, J. Ukalska
Pág. 468 - 475  

Ground flora communities in temperate oceanic plantation forests and the influence of silvicultural, geographic and edaphic factors
Laura J. French, George F. Smith, Daniel L. Kelly, Fraser J.G. Mitchell, Saoirse O¿Donoghue, Susan F. Iremonger, Anne-Marie McKee
Pág. 476 - 494  

Application of ¿clump technique¿ for root system studies of Quercus robur
Fyodor Tatarinov, Josef Urban, Jan ¿ermák
Pág. 495 - 505  

Effects of changes in traditional management on height and radial growth patterns in a Juniperus thurifera
J.M. Olano, V. Rozas, D. Bartolomé, D. Sanz
Pág. 506 - 512  

Forest restoration in an indigenous land considering a forest remnant influence (Avaí, São Paulo State, Brazil)
Alzira Politi Bertoncini, Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues
Pág. 513 - 521  

Effects of controlled forest burning and intensity of timber harvesting on the occurrence of pine weevils, Hylobius
Aki Pitkänen, Jari Kouki, Heli Viiri, Petri Martikainen
Pág. 522 - 529  

Modelling changes in roe deer habitat in response to forest management
Sonja Vospernik, Susanne Reimoser
Pág. 530 - 545  

Early growth and survival of three miombo woodland indigenous fruit tree species under fertilizer, manure and dry-season irrigation in southern Malawi
F.K. Akinnifesi, J. Mhango, G. Sileshi, T. Chilanga
Pág. 546 - 557  

Sample sizes for estimating key ecosystem characteristics in a tropical terra firme
Daniel Metcalfe, Patrick Meir, Luiz Eduardo O.C. Aragão, Antonio da Costa, Samuel Almeida, Alan Braga, Paulo Gonçalves, Joao Athaydes, Yadvinder Malhi, Mathew Williams
Pág. 558 - 566  

Effects of ecological factors on radial growth and wood density components of sessile oak (Quercus petraea
Laurent Bergès, Gérard Nepveu, Alain Franc
Pág. 567 - 579  

Characterization of the spatial structure of the canopy in Pinus silvestris
Fernando Montes, Agustín Rubio, Ignacio Barbeito, Isabel Cañellas
Pág. 580 - 590  

Effects of harrowing and fertilisation on understory vegetation and timber production of a Eucalyptus globulus
M. Carneiro, António Fabião, M.C. Martins, André Fabião, M. Abrantes da Silva, L. Hilário, M. Lousã, M. Madeira
Pág. 591 - 597  

Decomposition of Douglas-fir coarse woody debris in response to differing moisture content and initial heterotrophic colonization
J.S. Barker
Pág. 598 - 604  

Throughfall fluxes in a secondary spruce (Picea abies
Torsten W. Berger, Hubert Untersteiner, Helmut Schume, Georg Jost
Pág. 605 - 618  

Respective importance of ecological conditions and stand composition on Abies alba
Paulina E. Pinto, Jean-Claude Gégout, Jean-Christophe Hervé, Jean-François Dhôte
Pág. 619 - 629  

A long-term study of successional dynamics in the forest wetlands
Janusz Czerepko
Pág. 630 - 642  

Male flowering of birch: Spatial synchronization, year-to-year variation and relation of catkin numbers and airborne pollen counts
Hanna Ranta, Tatu Hokkanen, Tapio Linkosalo, Liisa Laukkanen, Kristoffer Bondestam, Annukka Oksanen
Pág. 643 - 650  

Analysis of intraspecific competition in two subalpine Norway spruce (Picea abies
Daniele Castagneri, Giorgio Vacchiano, Emanuele Lingua, Renzo Motta
Pág. 651 - 659  

An empirical ecological-type model for predicting stone pine (Pinus pinea
Rafael Calama, Fco. Javier Gordo, Sven Mutke, Gregorio Montero
Pág. 660 - 673  

Rapid mortality of Populus tremuloides
James J. Worrall, Leanne Egeland, Thomas Eager, Roy A. Mask, Erik W. Johnson, Philip A. Kemp, Wayne D. Shepperd
Pág. 686 - 696  

Eleven-year responses of a boreal mixedwood stand to partial harvesting: Light, vegetation, and regeneration dynamics
Rongzhou Man, Gordon J. Kayahara, James A. Rice, G. Blake MacDonald
Pág. 697 - 706  

Fire history and the structure and dynamics of a mixed conifer forest landscape in the northern Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe Basin, California, USA
R. Matthew Beaty, Alan H. Taylor
Pág. 707 - 719  

Long-term effects of stump removal to control root rot on forest soil bulk density, soil carbon and nitrogen content
D. Zabowski, D. Chambreau, N. Rotramel, W.G. Thies
Pág. 720 - 727  

Establishing oak woodland on cutaway peatlands: Effects of soil preparation and fertilization
Florence Renou-Wilson, Michael Keane, E.P. Farrell
Pág. 728 - 737  

Influence of environmental parameters on small-scale distribution of soil-dwelling spiders in forests: What makes the difference, tree species or microhabitat?
Tim Mark Ziesche, Mechthild Roth
Pág. 738 - 752  

Increased water use by ponderosa pine plantations in northwestern Patagonia, Argentina compared with native forest vegetation
Julian A. Licata, Javier E. Gyenge, Maria Elena Fernández, Tomás M. Schlichter, Barbara J. Bond
Pág. 753 - 764  

Fine root dynamics and turnover rate in an Asia white birch forest of Donglingshan Mountain, China
Chun Wang Xiao, Wei Guo Sang, Ren-Zhong Wang
Pág. 765 - 773  

Plant community response to burning and herbicide site preparation in eastern Louisiana, USA
Darren A. Miller, Michael J. Chamberlain
Pág. 774 - 780  

A meta-analysis comparing tree growth in monocultures and mixed plantations
Daniel Piotto
Pág. 781 - 786  

The effects of intensive management on the leaf characteristics and growth phenology of young yellow-poplar stems
Jamie L. Schuler, Daniel J. Robison
Pág. 787 - 796  

Age distribution of aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, USA
Dan Binkley
Pág. 797 - 802  

Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis
John N. Owens, Thanong Kittirat, Mary F. Mahalovich
Pág. 803 - 809  

Effects of the structure of pine plantations on their ¿softness¿ as barriers for ground-dwelling forest birds in south-central Chile
Jorge A. Tomasevic, Cristián F. Estades
Pág. 810 - 816  

Classification and comparison of oak dominated forests on the eroded fan remnant at the foot of Yatsugatake volcano, central Japan
Tetsuya Sano, Masahiko Ohsawa
Pág. 817 - 829  

The effect of defoliation by Cameraria ohridella
I. Takos, G. Varsamis, D. Avtzis, Sp. Galatsidas, Th. Merou, N. Avtzis
Pág. 830 - 835  

Holocene records of Dendroctonus
Andrea Brunelle, Gerald E. Rehfeldt, Barbara Bentz, A. Steven Munson
Pág. 836 - 846  

Impacts of a large-scale reforestation program on carbon storage dynamics in Guangdong, China
Chuanyan Zhou, Xiaohua Wei, Guoyi Zhou, Junhua Yan, Xu Wang, Chunlin Wang, Haigui Liu, Xinyi Tang, Qianmei Zhang
Pág. 847 - 854  

Effects of fire severity and pre-fire stand treatment on plant community recovery after a large wildfire
Amanda M. Kuenzi, Peter Z. Fulé, Carolyn Hull Sieg
Pág. 855 - 865  

Technical and financial analysis of enrichment planting in logging gaps as a potential component of forest management in the eastern Amazon
Mark Schulze
Pág. 866 - 879  

The effect of converting a native broad-leaved forest to a coniferous plantation forest on annual water yield: A paired-catchment study in northern Japan
Hikaru Komatsu, Tomonori Kume, Kyoichi Otsuki
Pág. 880 - 886  

Responses of litter-dwelling spiders and carabid beetles to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention
Juraj Halaj, Charles B. Halpern, Hoonbok Yi
Pág. 887 - 900  

Predicting wood production and net ecosystem carbon exchange of Pinus radiata
Guillaume Simioni, Peter Ritson, John McGrath, Miko U.F. Kirschbaum, Beth Copeland, Ian Dumbrell
Pág. 901 - 912  

Soil loss and runoff rates on unpaved forest roads in southern Spain after simulated rainfall
A. Jordán, L. Martínez-Zavala
Pág. 913 - 919  

Production and carbon allocation in a clonal Eucalyptus
Jose Luiz Stape, Dan Binkley, Michael G. Ryan
Pág. 920 - 930  

Modeling red oak borer, Enaphalodes rufulus
Leah D. Aquino, Jason A. Tullis, Fred M. Stephen
Pág. 931 - 939  

Endozoochory by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus
Scott C. Williams, Jeffrey S. Ward, Uma Ramakrishnan
Pág. 940 - 947  

Using segmented regression to model the density¿size relationship in direct-seeded slash pine stands
Quang V. Cao, Thomas J. Dean
Pág. 948 - 952  

Measures of spatial forest structure derived from airborne laser data are associated with natural regeneration patterns in an uneven-aged spruce forest
Ole Martin Bollandsås, Kjersti Holt Hanssen, Solfrid Marthiniussen, Erik Næsset
Pág. 953 - 961  

Vegetation development in second rotation Irish conifer plantations
A. Cooper, T. McCann, D. Ridge
Pág. 962 - 972  

Inoculations of eight Pinus
Juha Kaitera, Heikki Nuorteva
Pág. 973 - 981  

Sprouting of woody species following cutting and tree-fall in a lowland semi-deciduous tropical rainforest, North-Western Uganda
Edward N. Mwavu, Ed T.F. Witkowski
Pág. 982 - 992  

Stand development after two modes of selective logging and pre-felling climber cutting in a dipterocarp rainforest in Sabah, Malaysia
Olle Forshed, Anders Karlsson, Jan Falck, Jonas Cedergren
Pág. 993 - 1001