Journal of Forestry, Volume 37

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Society of American Foresters., 1939 - Electronic journals
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Contents

John Evelyn Forester Extraordinary
1
Part
2
CONTAINING
10
Relation of Incidence of Needle Disease in Loblolly Pine Plantations to Certain Physical Properties of the Soil
13
Results of the Soil Conservation Service Program of Planting Trees and Shrubs _
19
Progress in Community Forests
25
Comments
35
Forest Soil in Relation to Silviculture _
42
A Foresters Analysis of the Commercial Nurserymans Viewpoint
471
Variation in the Specific Gravity of the Springwood and Summerwood of Four Species of Southern Pines
478
JULY
489
The Forgotten Man in Forestry _ _
515
Selective Logging Costs Less
522
The Slab Pile and Logging Waste _
528
Building Up a ShortleafLoblolly Forest in Arkansas
538
The Place of Naval Stores Operations in Forest Management _
544

The Relation of Stand Composition to Crop Security
49
The Use of Photoelectric Cells for Sampling Light in Forest Stands
55
FEBRUARY
79
The National Timber Stand _
92
The Cooperative Approach in Forestry _ _
99
Progress and Problems of Private Forest Practice
110
A Federal Plan for Forest Regulation Within the Democratic Pattern _
116
Report of Committee on Farm Forestry Education in the Agricultural Colleges _
123
Report of the Committee on Came Management with Reference to Forestry _
130
Report of the Committee on Watershed Management
137
Social and Economic Effects of the Great Plains Shelterbelt in Terms of Soil and Human Betterment
144
A Forest Soil Research Program for the Central States
153
Integration of Wildlife Management with Forestry in the Central States
162
Forestry Problems of the Ozarks
168
Watersheds and Waterways _
181
Meeting of the Division of Forest Education _
187
Licensing of Foresters
193
MARCH
203
Comments on Sustained Yield Versus ClearCuttingA Hypothetical Case
222
Profitable Utilization of White Pine Thinnings
232
Development of Branches and Knots in Western White Pine _
239
A Method of Marking Trees
246
Density of Stocking and Character of Ground Cover as Factors in Longleaf Pine Reproduction
255
APRIL
275
What Lies Ahead for the Forestry Graduate of 1939
281
Appreciation of Austin Cary _
287
A Design for Experiments in Thinning Forest Stands
296
The Release of Seeds from Jack Pine Cones _
305
The Effect of Spacing on the Growth of Norway Pine PlantationsA Progress Report
313
Studies on Polyporus Abietinus III The Influence of Certain Factors on the Rate of Decay of Loblolly Pine
319
Testing Germination in Sand
330
Transpiration of Trees and Forests
337
Imminent Problems in Forestry Education _
359
The Approach to Farm Forestry
367
The Canadian National Railways and the Forests of Canada _
373
Mortality in Cutover Stands of Ponderosa Pine
383
Economic Aspects of Cooperative Marketing of Forest Products
392
Controlled Burning in the Western White Pine Type
399
Accessibility of National Forests for Recreation
408
Dean Henry S Graves An Appreciation
437
Fuelwood Consumption in the Lower South
445
Economic and Commercial Policies Necessary for Successful Private Forestry
453
County Land Use Planning
460
A Fire Danger Meter for the Rocky Mountain Region _
552
Genetics in Forestry _ _
559
A Yield Table for WellStocked Stands of Black Spruce in Northeastern Minnesota
565
Shrinkage of White Oak as Affected by Position in the Tree
572
A Silver Anniversary on the Golden Plains
593
ForestryEssential to Delta Agriculture
601
A Comment
611
How Much Forestry Is Needed in the Redwoods for Continuous Production?
618
Soil Freezing as Affected by Vegetation and Slope Aspect
626
Forestry in Australia and New Zealand _
632
Slash Again in the Lake States _ _
640
SEPTEMBER
658
Rebuilding a Forest Empire in the Lake States
671
The Use of Chemicals in Forest Fire Control
677
Heredity Versus Environment in Improving Wood in Forest Trees
683
Recreational Use of the Forest in the Rehabilitation of Cutover Area of the Lake States
688
Tree Planting on the Drier Sections of the Northern Great Plains
695
Accomplishments and Probable Future of Private Forestry in the Lake States
701
Financial Aspects of Forestry in the Lake States _
711
Forestry Accomplishments in the Indian Service in the Lake States
717
A Biotic View of Land
727
The Human Side of Land Use
735
Some Phases of County Planning in Michigan _
743
Forestry in Northeastern Wisconsin _
751
OCTOBER
757
In MemoriamHenry E Hardtner _ _
763
SoilCollecting Trenches as Substitutes for Temporary Check Dams in Reforesting Gullies
764
A TwoWay Channel in Planning _
770
The Application of a Tree Classification in Marking Lodgepole Pine for Selection Cutting _
777
The Use of Unit Cost Data in Estimating Logging Costs and Planning Logging Operations
783
Sustained Yield and Taxes _
791
Variation in Rainfall Over Short Distances at the Cloquet Forest Experiment Station
804
Reproduction of Shortleaf Pine Following Mechanical Treatment of the Seedbed
813
The Cooperative Forest Restoration Bill
835
Why Not Give Existing Programs a Fair Trial? _
846
Mixed Group Planting on the Nicolet National Forest
853
Coordinating Plans for Fire Protection Facilities
861
The BlockLine Method of Plantation Examination __
872
Report on Forest Pest Problems in New York
879
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