"The past is never fully gone. It is absorbed into the present and the future. It stays to shape what we are and what we do."
Sir William Deane, Governor-General of Australia, Inaugural Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture, August 1996.

Forestry Technical Paper No. 23

Effects of root puddling Pinus radiata seedlings with standard and fertilizer-fortified clay slurries, G. Minko

The growth of trees under intensive culture in northern Victoria, R.J. McKimm

Mechanical damage to retained Pinus radiata in a first thinning operation - a comparison of two extraction methods, R.J.C. Stone and I.M. Coulter

Girth and height growth patterns in Mountain Ash, W.D. Incoll and A.W. Webb

Estimating coarse fuels on the forest floor in mature pine stands, D.F. Williams

The field performance of chlorotic Pinus radiata seedlings raised in burnt soil and soil subject to waterlogging, G. Minko and P. Hopmans

Marking forest areas for aerial treatments, C.H. Wood