iForest vol. 5 (October 2012) - Table of Contents

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Research Articles

Using self-organizing maps in the visualization and analysis of forest inventory

Klobucar D, Subasic M

vol. 5, pp. 216-223 (online: Oct 02, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0629-005

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Research Articles

Field performance of poplar for bioenergy in southern Europe after two coppicing rotations: effects of clone and planting density

Di Matteo G, Sperandio G, Verani S

vol. 5, pp. 224-229 (online: Oct 02, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0628-005

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Research Articles

Model-based assessment of ecological adaptations of three forest tree species growing in Italy and impact on carbon and water balance at national scale under current and future climate scenarios

Vitale M, Mancini M, Matteucci G, Francesconi F, Valenti R, Attorre F

vol. 5, pp. 235-246 (online: Oct 24, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0634-005

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Research Articles

Nonlinear mixed model approaches to estimating merchantable bole volume for Pinus occidentalis

Bueno-López S, Bevilacqua E

vol. 5, pp. 247-254 (online: Oct 24, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0630-005

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Short Communications

Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: exploring large-scale patterns in mainland China

Zhang J-T, Wang C

vol. 5, pp. 230-234 (online: Oct 02, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0627-005

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Short Communications

Local spread of an exotic invader: using remote sensing and spatial analysis to document proliferation of the invasive Asian chestnut gall wasp

Graziosi I, Rieske L

vol. 5, pp. 255-261 (online: Oct 24, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0633-005

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Technical Reports

Tourism innovation in the forestry sector: comparative analysis between Auckland Region (New Zealand) and Trentino (Italy)

Notaro S, Paletto A, Piffer M

vol. 5, pp. 262-271 (online: Oct 24, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0631-005

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Technical Reports

Evaluating humus forms variation in an unmanaged mixed beech forest using two different classification methods

Waez-Mousavi S, Habashi H

vol. 5, pp. 272-275 (online: Oct 24, 2012) - doi: 10.3832/ifor0632-005

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