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N.Z.J.For., Volume 57(1), 2012
Technological, not political, solutions the root of the problem
Piers Maclaren
Pages: 2–3
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 551 KB)

Feature article
Climate change action during the transition to a new post-2020 international agreement
Helen Plume
Pages: 4–7
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 245 KB)

Feature article
Carbon and conifers - The love hate relationship or another carboniferous period for the coniferous?
David Rhodes
Pages: 7–12
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 321 KB)

Feature article
Saving the world one carbon credit at a time
Nigel Brunel
Pages: 13–14
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 93 KB)

Feature article
Working with forestry
Dr William Rolleston
Pages: 15–17
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 149 KB)

Feature article
Perspectives on Forests and Climate Change in New Zealand
Tim Payn, Harley Spence, Tim Barnard, Peter Clinton and Paul Charteris
Pages: 18–23
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 452 KB)

Feature article
The Australian Carbon Price Mechanism
Piers Maclaren
Pages: 24
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 62 KB)

Refereed article
Projecting Plots in LiDAR – Correcting for Slope in Remotely Sensed Data
Tom Adams and David Pont
Pages: 25–31
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 617 KB)

Professional Paper
Forest planning applications using high resolution satellite data
Pete Watt and Michael S. Watt
Pages: 32–40
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 824 KB)

Professional Paper
Forward–selling the harvest from a commercial forest using a forestry derivative: a step towards forestry co-operatives
Howard Moore
Pages: 41–45
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 331 KB)

Short Communication
Rare plant discovery ‘significant’ for kakabeak

Pages: 45
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 81 KB)

CHRIS VAN KRAAYENOORD - ‘Mr Poplar’ enthusiastic extrovert dedicated to wise land management as a national responsibility
Dr Nick Lambrechtsen QSM and Dr Christa van Kraayenoord
Pages: 46–48
Abstract | Article (pdf file, 195 KB)

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