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Silviculture Reference Manual No. 4: Box-Ironbark in Victoria’s State forests OUT OF STOCK
By Peter Fagg and Owen Bassett (2015)

$25 incl P&H

Published by the Vic Govt, this volume summarises the ecological and silvicultural knowledge relevant to the management of the Box-Ironbark forest type, the occurrence of which is centred on the Victorian goldfields. Variants of this forest/woodland type also occur in central-western NSW and Queensland. The dominant eucalypt species include E. tricarpa, E. sideroxylon, E leucoxylon, E. microcarpa and E. polyanthemos.

Illustrated with 29 figures and having over 180 references together with a glossary and index, this 137-page, handy-sized book covers just about all you need to know about this forest type, including climate, history of forest use, flora and fauna, impact of fire, insects and fungi, flowering and seed production, silvicultural systems, and more.

Silviculture Reference Manual No 3: Low elevation mixed species in Victoria's State forests by S Murphy, R. Hateley and P. Fagg 2013

$25 inc P&H

Published by Victorian Dept of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) as No. 3 in their series of Silviculture Reference Manuals on the main  forest types in Victoria.

Authored by Simon Murphy, Ron Hateley and Peter Fagg, with a Foreword by Michael Ryan, this 158-page book (25 cm x 27 cm), aims to document the silvicultural knowledge pertaining to of one of Victoria’s most extensive forest types, Low Elevation Mixed Species, which covers 2.7 million ha of Victoria’s public land. 

Silviculture Reference Manual No. 2: High Elevation Mixed Species in Victoria’s State forests
By Ian Sebire and Peter Fagg (2009) OUT OF STOCK

$20 incl P&H

Published by the Vic Govt, this volume summarises the ecological and silvicultural knowledge relevant to the management of the HEMS forest type, which generally occurs above 700 m elevation in Victoria, and extends over 500,000 ha. Dominant eucalypt species include E. obliqua, E. cypellocarpa, E radiata and E. nitens.

Illustrated with 30 figures, and with over 160 references together with a glossary and index, this 112-page book brings together extensive research and operational knowledge from the last 40 years. It covers just about all you need to know about this forest type, including climate, history of forest use, flora and fauna, impact of fire, pests and diseases, seed production, germination, silvicultural system options, and more.  

New Forests by Sadanandan Nambiar and Ian Ferguson (ed)

$54.95 including GST and P&H

CSIRO Publishing, 248 pages, soft cover

Explores new forests that can supply environmental services such as salinity mitigation and carbon sequestration together with commercial wood production in an environment beyond the boundaries of traditional forestry.

Field Guide - Fuel Assessment and Fire Behaviour Prediction in Dry Eucalypt Forest - Interim Edition 2007

$24.95 including GST and P&H

CSIRO and Department of Environment and Conservation, WA, 82 pages, soft cover

Provides a systematic method for assessing fuel hazard and predicting potential fire behaviour in dry eucalypt forest.

Forest Trees of Australia 5th Edition 2006

$150 including GST and P&H

CSIRO Publishing, 736 pages, hard cover

A reference for the identification of significant indigenous trees.

Australian Forestry journal

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