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FOREST POLICY: READY FOR RENAISSANCE
edited by: John M. Calhoun. 1998.
An appreciation of the multiple elements of successful forest policy, and an unwillingness to accept the oversimplification, polarization, and acrimony that characterize many aspects of the current forest policy dialogue, motivated a group of scholars to consider how they might encourage a new approach to the issue. This book presents their papers and discussions that resulted from a conference held in 1996 at the Olympic Natural Resources Center, located in Forks, Washington. IFR Contribution No. 78. 343 pp. $20.


URBAN FOREST LANDSCAPES: INTEGRATING MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES
edited by: Gordon A. Bradley. 1995.
The multidisciplinary approach of this book recognizes the dilemma that in the attempt to solve urban forestry problems by developing landscapes that address specific goals such as fire safety, energy and water conservation, and wildlife preservation, other problems are sometimes created because scientific knowledge is lacking or because not all aspects of the situation have been considered. Urban Forest Landscapes takes a critical look at the current state of knowledge and research in the field, and at how available information is applied in the urban setting. The book includes contribution by twenty specialists. IFR Contribution No. 76. 224 pp. Cloth, $40; Paper, $20.


FOREST PRUNING AND WOOD QUALITY OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN CONIFERS
edited by: Donald P. Hanley, Chadwick D. Oliver, Douglas A. Maguire, David G. Briggs, and Roger D. Fight. 1995.
This new IFR publication is based on a 1992 symposium on forest pruning, with contributions by scientists, forest managers, policy makers, forest products specialists, and others experienced in matters concerning pruning. Information has been updated and additional chapters incorporated to reflect progress since the symposium. IFR Contribution No. 77. 403 pp. $35.


FOREST PRODUCTS MEASUREMENTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS: WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE U.S. PACIFIC NORTHWEST
by: David Briggs. 1994.
A new approach to the precise measurement of forest products emphasizing description of procedures, data needed, and understanding of formulas so readers can use their computer software to do their own calculations. Information on measurement systems, process efficiencies, and conversion factors. Several national and foreign systems are also included because of the rapid globalization of markets. IFR Contribution No. 75. 168 pp. $20.


FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR WESTERN WASHINGTON'S TIMBER SUPPLY
by: Darius M. Adams, Ralph J. Alig, David J. Anderson, James A. Stevens, and John T. Chmelik.
Commissioned by the Washington State Legislature. Provides an analysis of Western Washington's present forest situation and timber growth and harvest projections to the year 2090, based on a variety of conditions meant to reflect a range of choices available to policy makers. Discusses impacts of future harvest levels on wildlife and industry employment. The appendix contains comprehensive growth and yield, management, and harvest information for all owners west of the Cascade Range, as well as a detailed discussion of methodology. IFR Contribution No. 74. 200pp. $15.


FOREST FERTILIZATION: SUSTAINING AND IMPROVING NUTRITION AND GROWTH OF WESTERN FORESTS
edited by: H. N. Chappell, G. F. Weetman, and R. E. Miller
Proceedings of a 1991 symposium, updating information presented at the 1979 regional conference. Provides a thorough compilation of information relevant to forest fertilization in the West. Useful to anyone involved with forest fertilization and tree nutrition as a means to sustain and improve growth of managed stands. IFR Contribution No. 73. 302 pp. $40


GLOBAL RESOURCES AND MARKETS: ISSUES AND TRENDS
edited by: Donald F. Root, 1991
Proceedings of a 1990 symposium on current issues in the global pulp and paper industry, focusing on trade, economics, finance, public policy, technological change, energy, and materials. IFR Contribution No. 71. 219 pp. $30.


MINERAL DEFICIENCIES OF COASTAL NORTHWEST CONIFERS
by: Richard B. Walker and Stanley P. Gessel, 1991
Bulletin which focuses on mineral nutrition and deficiencies of the four predominant species of coastal Northwest conifers. A literature review is included. IFR Contribution No. 70. 63 pp. $10.


FOREST PRUNING BIBLIOGRAPHY
edited by: Kevin L. O'Hara, 1989
The result of a comprehensive search of the forestry literature pertaining to all aspects of forest pruning. IFR Contribution No. 67. 74 pp. $10.


THE BURNING DECISION: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON SLASH
edited by: D. P. Hanley, J. J. Kammenga, and C. D. Oliver, 1989
The use of prescribed burning, a slash treatment option, is gradually diminishing as a result of environmental and other concerns. In addition, improvements in forestry technology have prompted foresters to review the silvicultural need for slash burning. A symposium was developed to focus on what leads to the decision to burn slash, the technical and social impacts, and an analysis of current and future constraints. IFR Contribution No. 66. 384 pp. $20.


ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT FOR PARKS AND WILDERNESS
edited by J. K. Agee and D. R. Johnson, 1988
The editors outline a direction for ecosystem management in the next critical decades. Other contributors discuss laws governing park and wilderness lands, paleoecological records that reveal the historic effects of climatic variations on vegetation change, succession and natural disturbances in relation to the problems of what can and should be preserved, managing ecosystems for large populations of vertebrates, the management of large carnivores, effects of air pollution, lake acidification, human ecology and environmental management, the role of economics, cooperation in ecosystem management, and management challenges in Yellowstone National Park. IFR Contribution No. 65. 245 pp. $20.
Available from University Press.


FOREST PRODUCTS TRADE: MARKET TRENDS AND TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS
edited by: J. A. Johnson and W. R. Smith, 1988
Regional trade actions and reactions in a global context, technical considerations of trade, and tropical countries as suppliers and consumers. The third volume in a series sponsored by the Center for International Trade in Forest Products (CINTRAFOR). IFR Contribution No. 61. 252 pp. $40.
Available from University Press.


DOUGLAS-FIR: STAND MANAGEMENT FOR THE FUTURE
edited by: C. D. Oliver, D. P. Hanley, and J. A. Johnson, 1986
Proceedings of a 1985 symposium. Status of the resource and perspectives of varying types of forest owners, markets, assessment of wood properties, and the link between stand management and wood product values. Basic biologic potential and the status of various silvicultural manipulations; assessment of methods of estimating growth and yield. Emerging issues: the nonconsumptive concerns and policy issues associated with stand management. IFR Contribution No. 55. 388 pp. $35.


SELLING THE FEDERAL FORESTS
edited by: A. E. Gamache, 1984
Conceptual arguments for and against the sale of federal forest lands. IFR Contribution No. 50. 273 pp. $15.


LAND USE AND FOREST RESOURCES IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT: THE URBAN/FOREST INTERFACE
edited by: G. A. Bradley, 1984
Includes the legal, political, and administrative framework of both public and private land use decisions, economic values and social and psychological perceptions behind individual behavior and choice relative to land use decisions, the physical and biological capability of the land to support forestry and urban land uses, strategies to achieve public and private land use and forest resource goals, and the identification of future research needs. IFR Contribution No. 49. 238 pp. Cloth, $35; paper, $15.
Available from University Press.


MANUFACTURING LUMBER FROM SMALL LOGS
edited by: E. Williston, 1982
The technology which enables the lumber manufacturer to measure and control raw material as it passes through the conversion process. IFR Contribution No. 44. 157 pp. $5.


MUNICIPAL SLUDGE APPLICATION TO PACIFIC NORTHWEST FOREST LANDS
edited by: Caroline S. Bledsoe, 1981
National and regional perspectives on sludge use in forests and the associated regulations, effects on soils and biological processes, growth, management, and economics of sludge application, and use of wastewater for enhancement of tree growth. IFR Contribution No. 41. 155 pp. $10.50.


SYMPOSIUM ON MOUNTAIN LOGGING
edited by W. Carson, J. Jorgensen and H. Lysons, 1979
Problems and research results related to mountain logging. IFR Contribution No. 38. 222 pp. $5.


PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN LOGGING AND PACIFIC NORTHWEST SKYLINE SYMPOSIUM
edited by Peter Schiess and John Sessions, 1994
Unedited proceedings of a 1992 symposium on mountain logging, with contributors from all areas of the forest products arena. CFR Reference #B. 291 pp. $10.


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