Further Reading

Attiwill PM (1994) The disturbance of forest ecosystems: The ecological basis for conservative management. Forest Ecology and Management 63: 247 300.

Curtis RO (1970) Stand density measures: An interpretation. Forest Science 16: 403 414.

Dawkins HC and Philip MS (1998) Tropical Moist Forest Silviculture and Management. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, CAB International.

Drew TJ and Flewelling JW (1977) Some recent Japanese theories of yield density relationships and their applications to Monterey pine plantations. Forest Science 23: 517 534.

Jack SB and Long JN (1996) Linkages between silviculture and ecology: An analysis of density mangement diagrams. Forest Ecology and Management 83: 1 3.

Long JN, Dean TJ, and Roberts SD (2004) Linkages between silviculture and ecology: Examination of several important conceptual models. Forest Ecology and Management 200: 249 261.

Moller C (1947) The effect of thinning, age, and site on foliage, increment, and loss of dry matter. Journal of Forestry 45: 393 404.

O'Hara KL, Seymour RS, Tesch SD, and Guldin JM (1994) Silviculture and our changing profession: Leadership for shifting paradigms. Journal of Forestry 92(1): 8 13.

Oliver CD (1992) Similarities of stand structures and stand development processes throughout the world some evidence and applications to silviculture through adaptive management. In: Kelty MJ, Larson BC, and Oliver Cd (eds.) The Ecology and Silviculture of Mixed Species Forests, pp. 11 26. The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Poore D, Burgess P, Palmer J, Rietbergen S, and Synnott T (1989) No Timber without Trees: Sustainability in the Tropical Forest. London: Earthscan Publication Ltd.

Smith DM, Larson BC, Kelty MJ, and Ashton PMS (1997) The Practice of Silviculture: Applied Forest Ecology. New York: Wiley. Westoby J (1989) Introduction to World Forestry: People and their Trees. Oxford: Blackwell Ltd.

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