Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES (070000) > FORESTRY SCIENCES (070500) > Forestry Management and Environment (070504)"
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Gray, Matthew & Gill, Roderic A. (2009) Tackling Wicked problems holistically with institutionalist policymaking. In Natarajan, Tara, Elsner, Wolfram, & Fullwiller, Scott (Eds.) Institutional Analysis and Praxis : the Social Fabric Matrix Approach. Springer, New York, pp. 87-102.
Blumfield, Tim J., Xu, Zhihong, Prasolova, Nina, & Mathers, Nicole J. (2006) Effect of overlying windrowed harvest residues on soil carbon and nitrogen in hoop pine plantations of subtropical Australia. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 6(4), 243 -248.
Bubb, Ken, Cox, Malcolm, & Forsyth, Adam (2006) Runoff, Sediment Loss And Water Quality From Forest Roads in a Southeast Queensland Coastal Plain Pinus Plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 221, pp. 194-206.
Gray, Matthew & Wolfenden, John A.J. (2004) The Canadian Model Forest approach : a way forward for Tasmania? Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 11(1), pp. 55-64.
Preda, Micaela, Bubb, Kenneth, & Cox, Malcolm (2007) GIS-based Tools for Management of Pine Plantations, Queensland, Australia. Australian Forestry, 70(1), pp. 61-69.
Wang, Qing, Preda, Micaela, Cox, Malcolm, & Bubb, Ken (2007) Spatial Model of Site Index based on -ray Spectrometry and a Digital Elevation Model for Two Pinus Species in Tuan Toolara State Forest, Queensland, Australia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37(11), pp. 2299-2312.
Xu, Zhihong, Ward, Sally, Chen, Chengrong, Blumfield, Tim, Prasolova, N., & Liu, Juxiu (2008) Soil carbon and nutrient pools, microbial properties and gross nitrogen transformations in adjacent natural forest and hoop pine plantations of subtropical Australia. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 8(2), pp. 99-105.