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  Forestry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Silviculture, a related science, involves the growing and tending of trees and forests.
These may call for reforestation (tree planting by species), weed control, fertilization, or the spacing of young trees (thinning of trees that are crowding one another).
One of the applications of modern forestry is reforestation, in which trees are planted and tended in a given area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forestry   (1290 words)

 Royal Forestry Society of England, Wales and Northern Ireland Home Page
The recognition and knowledge of the biology of the main vertebrates and invertebrates that  cause injury to trees and shrubs.
Tree felling procedures, dismantling trees, felling in restricted areas, felling leaning and hollow trees.
Trees and the Law (based on the legislation in England and Wales)
www.rfs.org.uk /thirdlevel.asp?ThirdLevel=86&SecondLevel=5   (1825 words)

 Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The estimation of genetic parameters and breeding values for growth, deformity and Dothistroma traits and a method for the selection of deformity resistant and Dothistroma resistant genotypes.
Carbon isotope discrimination and oxygen isotope composition in clones of the F1 hybrid between slash pine and Caribbean pine in relation to tree growth, water-use efficiency and foliar nutrient concentration.
Effect of shadecloth tree shelters on cold-induced photoinhibition, foliar anthocyanin and growth of Eucalyptus globulus Labill.
www.forestry.crc.org.au /pubs.htm   (4278 words)

Organisation working to create an awareness of the value of trees and of the need for more trees and their better management.
A tree ring is a layer of wood cells produced by a tree or shrub in one year.
Includes forest genetics, tree breeding, soils and substrates, legislation, international agreements, events and publications.
www.bubl.ac.uk /link/t/trees.htm   (713 words)

 The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Forestry: Groups and Networks
The main aim of this Network is to improve coordination of the existing knowledge base to facilitate better planning design, establishment and management of urban forests and urban trees in Europe, and hereby, to establish urban forests and urban trees as a scientific domain in Europe.
The Network consists of European researchers and professionals, who are all dealing with urban forests and trees.
forestgen@metla.fi an international e-mail discussion group for the forest genetics and tree breeding community.
www.metla.fi /info/vlib/Forestry/Category/Groups   (2759 words)

 Botany Web Sites
Tree Fruits: apples, pears, sweet cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/AGNIC/index.html Contact: jcummings(at)wsu.edu (09-24-01)
WWW Virtual Library: Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding,
Images of Dendrological and Developmental Facets of Tree Species, http://www.unb.ca/departs/forestry/species/species-fs.html Contact: Y. Spithoven yolanda(at)unb.ca
www.ejw.i8.com /botweb.htm   (448 words)

 www.webhost4u.org - Science Online, International News, Ideas, Innovation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Basic resources on the Earth's major rock types: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic, along with a few special subjects like carbonatites, kimberlites, and pseudotachylytes (what's that?).
Botanical garden northern illinois Collection of trees and plants native to Northern Illinois and the Midwest.
Site description and inventory, virtual tour, calendar of events and festivals, and more.
www.webhost4u.org /content/chapter43.html   (15214 words)

 Castlemist book order page
Barking Up the Right Tree : Breeding, Rearing and Training the Guide Dog Way
The Book of the Bitch : A Complete Guideto Understanding and Caring for Bitches
Breeding a Litter : The Complete Book of Prenatal and Postnatal Care
www.mastiffmom.com /books.html   (282 words)

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