Science Publications

Provided below are quick links to relevant Forestry Tasmania science publications. 

Native Forest Technical Bulletins

  1. Eucalypt Seed and Sowing (2,537kb PDF)
  2. Eucalyptus delegatensis Forests (1,136kb PDF)
  3. Lowland Dry Eucalypt Forests (1,967kb PDF)
  4. High Altitude E. dalrympleana and E. pauciflora Forests (132kb PDF)
  5. Silvicultural Systems (4,131kb PDF)
  6. Regeneration Surveys and Stocking Standards (661kb PDF)
  7. Remedial Treatments (2,780kb PDF)
  8. Lowland Wet Eucalypt Forests (1,076kb PDF)
  9. Rainforest Silviculture (1,045kb PDF)
  10. Blackwood (2,817kb PDF)
  11. Silvicultural Use and Effects of Fire (1,135kb PDF)
  12. Monitoring and Protecting Eucalypt Regeneration (1,020kb PDF)
  13. Thinning Regrowth Eucalypts (2,537kb PDF)

To purchase (Hard copies) of our Native Forest Technical Bulletins click here

Tassie's Trees
Brief descriptive notes and line drawings covering 16 of the better-known Tasmanian natives

A History of Innovation
A History of Innovation: Eighty-five Years of Research and Development at Forestry Tasmania has been compiled by Humphrey Elliott, Ken Felton, Jean Jarman and Martin Stone and covers the period from 1921 to 2006.

Keeping It Clean - Tasmanian field manual to prevent the spread of freshwater pests and pathogens [4532kb PDF] Original source from the NRM SOUTH website - www.nrmsouth.org.au ]

TCFA Research into Alternatives to Clearfelling in Old Growth Forests (423kb PDF)

Alternatives to clearfell silviculture in Tasmania's public oldgrowth forests

Alternatives to clearfelling
A newsletter from Forestry Tasmania's Division of Research and Development

New silviculture for oldgrowth forests
(April 2005) An 8 page summary brochure

Towards a new silviculture in Tasmania's public oldgrowth forests
(April 2005) Final Advice to the Tasmanian Government

Supplementary TCFA - finalising formal and informal reserve boundaries
TCFA Research into Alternatives to Clearfelling in Old Growth Forests (423kb PDF)

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A History of Innovation

 

Eighty-five Years of Research and Development at Forestry Tasmania has been compiled by Humphrey Elliott, Ken Felton, Jean Jarman and Martin Stone and covers the period from 1921 to 2006. 

The book shows the operational and strategic impact science has had on forestry and will be a valuable resource for Forestry Tasmania staff and anyone with an interest in silviculture.

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