Southern African Forestry Journal Index : Volumes 1 to 190

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FABACEAE) IN THE ABSENCE AND PRESENCE OF FIRE. THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE WEED ACACIA LONGIFOLIA (

P. J. PIETERSE AND A. L. P. CAIRNS

145: 25-27


FACTOR STUDIES. THE EVALUATION OF SITE

D.C. GREY

127: 19-22


FACTORIAL DESIGN TO A THINNING EXPERIMENT IN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS, WITH INTERMEDIATE RESULTS. APPLICATION OF A

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

121: 70-78


FACTORS AFFECTING FOREST COLONISATION OF FYNBOS IN THE ABSENCE OF RECURRENT FIRE AT ORANGE KLOOF, CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE

P.H. MASSON AND E.J. MOLL

143: 5-10


FACTORS AFFECTING MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION WITH D.C. RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS. A SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REFERENCES OF

H.F. VERMAAS

95: 35-36


FACTORS AFFECTING SOIL PHOSPHATE DISTRIBUTION AND REACTIONS IN CAPE FOREST SOILS.

T. W. PAYN AND M. E. CLOUGH

150: 24-31


FACTORS AFFECTING THE PERPETUATION OF OUR INDIGENOUS SILVIA. SOME

JACOB GERSTNER

13: 4-11


FACTORS AFFECTING THE REGENERATION SUCCESS OF HAKEA SERICEA.

D M RICHARDSON AND B W VAN WILGEN

131: 63-68


FACTORS AFFECTING THE TIMING OF GRASSLAND REGROWTH AFTER FIRE IN THE MONTANE GRASSLANDS OF NATAL.

C. S. EVERSON AND T. M. EVERSON

142: 47-52


FACTORS AFFECTING WOOD DENSITY IN PINE STEMS. SOME

J. M. TURNBULL

16: 22-43


FACTORS AFFECTING WOOD QUALITY AND QUANTITY AND CONSEQUENTLY PULP MANUFACTURE.

S.W. KARTH

63: 17-24


FACTORS AND DIAMETER DISTRIBUTIONS IN PINUS RADIATA STANDS. ENVIRONMENTAL

D.C. GREY

149: 36-43


FACTORS AND GROWTH IN PINUS PATULA FROM THE UMZINKULU DISTRICT, TRANSKEI. FOLIAR ELEMENTS, ENVIRONMENTAL

D.C. GREY, J. LE ROUX AND A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

111: 24-28


FACTORS IN MOUNTAIN FYNBOS AREAS OF THE SOUTH-WESTERN CAPE. AN ANALYSIS OF FIRES AND ASSOCIATED WEATHER

B.W. VAN WILGEN

119: 29-34


FACTORS IN PRODUCTIVITY OF MAN-MADE FORESTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. NURSERY AND ESTABLISHMENT TECHNIQUES AS

D.G.M. DONALD

109: 19-25


FACTORS INFLUENCING BURNING BY PRESCRIPTION IN MOUNTAIN FYNBOS CATCHMENT AREAS.

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND D.M. RICHARDSON

134: 22-32


FACTORS INFLUENCING IT AND THE PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT. THE DIMENSIONAL STABILISATION OF WOOD:

T. RYPSTRA, H.F. VERMAAS AND R.D. SANDERSON

108: 22-28


FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DISTRIBUTION OF HAKEA SPP. IN THE SOUTH-WESTERN CAPE. A CARTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF PHYSIOGRAPHIC

D.M. RICHARDSON

128: 36-40


FACTORS INFLUENCING THE GROWING AND EXPLOITATION OF TREES FOR SAWLOG PRODUCTION. SOME

C. ANDERSON

56: 11-19


FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LONG TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN FOREST INDUSTRY.

K. OLBRICH, S.J. CHRISTIE, J. EVANS, D. EVERARD, B. OLBRICH AND R.J. SCHOLES

178: 53-58


FACTORS OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS WOOD. THE EFFECTS OF PHOSPHORUS AND DOLOMITIC LIME ON THE PRODUCTION AND VOLUMETRIC CONVERSION

S.V. VALERI, I.B. AGUIAR, L. CORRADINI AND S.F. ALVARENGA

164: 55-58


FACTORS ON BENDING STRENGTH OF PINUS CANARIENSIS AND PINUS PINASTER POLES. THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT

DR. P.F. COETZEE

105: 18-24


FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SEEDLING SURVIVAL WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE OPEN-ROOT NURSERY SYSTEM. IMPORTANT

N.P. DENISON

117:50-54


FACULTY IN FORESTRY. THE CRITICAL

C. C. STAPLETON

22: 48-50


FACULTY OF FORESTRY, UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH 1962-1988. SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF FERTILISER RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN BY THE SILVICULTURE SECTION OF THE

D.G.M. DONALD

153: 77-80


FAKTOR. INLIGTINGSTELSELS EN DIE MENSLIKE

H.J.E. UYS

132: 29-31


FAKTORE WAT DIE OPTIMALE MEGANISASIEVLAK BEPAAL BY ONTGINNING EN VERVOER IN DIE REPUBLIEK VAN SUID-AFRIKA. SOMMIGE

A.A.D. LOUBSER

110: 55-59


FAKULTEIT VAN BOSBOU EN ONS GROEN ERFENIS. DIE

G.L.F. HARTWIG

86: 26-28


FAKULTEIT VAN BOSBOU VAN DIE UNIVERSITEIT VAN STELLENBOSCH KRY 'N LABORATORIUMPAPIERMASJIEN. DIE

G.F.R. GERISCHER

102: 21-22


FALCAO M. P. AND H. J. E. UYS
185: 66-70


FALCATUS IN DENDROCHRONOLOGICAL AND DENDROCLIMATOLOGICAL STUDIES IN WITELSBOS FOREST RESERVE. A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF PODOCARPUS

J. MCNAUGHTON AND P.D. TYSON

111: 29-33


FALCATUS PROVENANCES IN SOUTH AFRICA. PERFORMANCE OF PODOCARPUS

C. J. GELDENHUYS AND G.H. VON DEM BUSSCHE

178: 15-24


FALKENHAGEN DR E. R.

107: 22-36


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

136: 39-42


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

137: 26-32


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

109: 7-13


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

153: 72-76


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

178: 31-38


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

99: 40-43


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

98: 52-56


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

114: 7-12


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

135: 53-60


FALKENHAGEN E.R.

136: 39-42


FALL AND DECOMPOSITION IN STANDS OF MATURE PINUS RADIATA. LITTER

D.B. VERSVELD

116: 40-50


FALL IN EUCALYPTUS CAMALDULENSIS DEHN IN ISRAEL. ANNUAL COURSE OF LITTER

Y. ZOHAR

129: 79-80


FALL IRRIGATION ON MORPHOLOGY AND ROOT GROWTH POTENTIAL OF LOBLOLLY PINE SEEDLINGS GROWING IN SAND. EFFECTS OF

H. M. WILLIAMS, D. B. SOUTH AND A. WEBB

147: 1-5


FAMILIES OF SOUTH AFRICAN GROWN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. GENETIC VARIATION IN SOME GROWTH AND WOOD PROPERTIES AMONG 18 FULL-SIB

F.S. MALAN

146: 38-43


FAMILY TRIALS OF PINUS PATULA (SCHIEDE ET DEPPE IN SCHLECHTENDAL ET CHAMISSO) IN SOUTH AFRICA. EARLY ASSESSMENT OF FOUR HALF-SIB

E.R. FALKENHAGEN

109: 7-13


FARM COSTING.

J.M. KOTZE

65: 30-32


FARMER WILLIAMS, C. R.

38: 17-18


FARMING SECTOR OF ZIMBABWE. A SURVEY OF TREE PLANTING PRACTICES IN THE SMALLHOLDER

E. M. SHUMBA, A. MUSHAKA AND J. MUCHICHWA

182: 67-74


FARNSWORTH, K. AND W.G. GAUM

173: 31-34


FASILITEITE EN INLIGTING IN DIE STRYD TEEN LUGBESOEDELING BY KRAFT PULPMEULENS. NUWE

G. GERISCHER EN P.F. COETZEE

87: 22-26


FAST- AND SLOW-GROWN PINUS PATULA AND P. TAEDA FROM SOUTH AFRICAN SOURCES. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF

C. H. BANKS

30: 44-59


FAST-GROWING PINES AND EUCALYPTS IN SOUTH AFRICA. FERTILIZATION OF

C.J. SCHUTZ

98: 44-47


FAST GROWING TREES. EXPERTS FACE UP TO THE PERILS OF

R.A.J. ARTHUR

136: 52-53


FASTER HANDLING - THE KEY TO INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY IN FORESTRY VEHICLES. SMOOTHER,

MATS ERIKSSON

119: 41-44


FASTIGATA IN SOUTH AFRICA. EARLY PROVENANCE PERFORMANCE OF EUCALYPTUS

K. R. ROEDER

112: 30-32


FAUNA OF AN 8-YEAR-OLD P. PATULA STAND. INSECT STUDIES IN PLANTATIONS OF PINUS PATULA IN ZIMBABWE. PART II: THE CROWN

M. ODENDAAL

115: 33-37


FAUSTMANN'S FORMULA FOR A DYNAMIC FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT. ADJUSTING

H.J.E. UYS

148: 18-22


FAUSTMANN'S FORMULA FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY ENVIRONMENT. ADJUSTING

E. UYS

188: 17-20


FEASIBILITY, EFFECT ON GROWTH AND ECONOMICS. HIGH PRUNING IN PINUS PATULA, ITS

H. A. LÜCKHOFF

27: 55-71


FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN SAWMILL INDUSTRY. A

S. B. KAPP, C. S. PRICE, P. TURNER AND H. F. VERMAAS

184: 80-87


FEASIBLE INDIGENOUS HARDWOOD FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY INDUSTRY. KEUR (VIRGILIA OROBOIDES): A

B. E. VAN WYK

122: 49-51


FEATURES - HOW DOES IT AFFECT THE STRENGTH OF LAMINATED BEAMS? NUMBER OF STRENGTH REDUCING

W.M.G. BURDZIK

176: 11-14


FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY. THINNING IN NORWAY SPRUCE STANDS IN THE

H. KRAMER

111: 49-53


FEEDING. FOLIAR

C. R. FARMER WILLIAMS

38: 17-18


FEELY J.E.

110: 49-54


FELLED HAKEA SERICEA AND NATURAL FYNBOS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN MOUNTAIN CATCHMENTS. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE IN

D.M. RICHARDSON AND B.W. VAN WILGEN

139: 4-14


FELLER-BUNCHER IN P. TAEDA. PRODUCTION RATES OF THE MODEL T BELL

R.M. DE LABORDE AND A.N. DE LABORDE

150: 50-55


FELLER-BUNCHER IN PULPWOOD CLEARFELLINGS. USE OF

R. W. TAYLOR

106: 16-19


FELLING OF "THIRD DIAGONAL LINES" AT/AS FIRST-THINNING OF PINE PLANTATIONS.

D.I. SOLOMON

124: 68-72


FELLING REGIME FOR RADIATA PINE ON AVERAGE SITES IN THE WESTERN CAPE IN 1976. MOST PROFITABLE

M. GRUT

101: 23-30


FENGER, SVEN

93: 21-24


FENOLOGIE VAN ENCEPHALARTOS LAEVIFOLIUS STAPF & BURTT DAVY EN DIE REAKSIE VAN DIE SPESIE OP VELDBRAND. 'N VOORLOPIGE VERSLAG OOR DIE

J.P. KLUGE

116: 69-74


FERAL PIGS IN THE WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE: FAILURE OF A POTENTIALLY INVASIVE SPECIES.

S.A. BOTHA

151: 17-25


FERGUSON J.B.

88: 13-15


FERGUSON M., VAN DIJK D., A.H.W. SEYDACK, J.C. VAN DAALEN, D. REYNELL, H. HEYNS, A. JOOSTE, W. PITCHFORD, G. DURRHEIM AND D. WILLEMS

152: 50-61


FERN (RUMOHRA ADIANTIFORMIS) IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE FORESTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT. GROWTH OF SEVEN-WEEKS

S. J. MILTON

143: 1-4


FERN AND BRACKEN. CHEMICAL CONTROL OF GLEICHENIA POLYPODIOIDES

J. MORZE

108: 43-44


FERN: POSSIBLE USE AS A MEDIUM FOR GROWING PLANTS. FIBROUS ROOT MAT OF GLEICHENIA POLYPODIOIDES

J. MORZE

101: 39-46


FERNS DO NOT RESTRICT THE GROWTH OF PINES. SUBTROPICAL

B.V. BREDENKAMP

136: 37-38


FERREIRA E., P. J. DYE, S. I. CHRISTIE, B. W. OLBRICH, AND N. TALLON

155: 10-15


FERTILISATION: A BIOASSAY AND GREENHOUSE STUDY. THE AMELIORATION OF PINUS PATULA MORTALITY ON FORMER AGRICULTURAL SITES THROUGH

A.D. NOBLE AND A.W. SCHUMANN

164: 35-42


FERTILISATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY.

A. P. G. SCHÖNAU

125: 1-19


FERTILISATION OF MATURE PINUS RADIATA STANDS. PHOSPHATE

T. W. PAYN, C. DE RONDE AND D. C. GREY

147: 26-31


FERTILISATION OF PINE PLANTATIONS ON ACID FOREST SOILS. DIFFERENTIAL

T. W. PAYN AND M. E. CLOUGH

147: 16-25


FERTILISATION OF PINUS RADIATA ON SOME MARGINAL SITES IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE.

C.N. SCHAFER AND W.H. GROENEWALD

154: 36-40


FERTILISATION ON ECTOMYCORRHIZAL COLONISATION OF PINUS PATULA ROOTS. THE INFLUENCE OF

COLLEEN A. CARLSON

171: 1-6


FERTILISATION. USE OF ECOLOGICAL SITE CLASSIFICATION IN THE PREDICTION OF FOREST PRODUCTIVITY AND RESPONSE TO

R. CARTER AND K. KLINKA

160: 19-24


FERTILISER IN FORESTRY. WORLD-WIDE USE OF

H. BAULE

94: 13-19


FERTILISER IN WATTLE CULTURE. THE USE OF

J. S. BEARD

22: 7-33


FERTILISER PRESCRIPTION AND SOLUBLE AND GRANULAR FORMS OF 2:3:2 AND 3:2:1 WITH AND WITHOUT TRACE ELEMENTS AS APPLIED TO E. GRANDIS SEEDLINGS. COMPARISON BETWEEN A COMMERCIAL

D.G.M. DONALD, C. JACOBS AND M.Y. MILANI

161: 27-30


FERTILISER PRESCRIPTION IN FORESTRY - THE DRIS SYSTEM AND ITS POTENTIAL. FOLIAR DIAGNOSIS AND

C.J. SCHUTZ AND J.M. DE VILLIERS

141: 6-12


FERTILISER PRESCRIPTION IN THE CAPE PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA. ENID: AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR

T. W. PAYN, D.C. GREY AND D.G.M. DONALD

151: 71-77


FERTILISER RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN BY THE SILVICULTURE SECTION OF THE FACULTY OF FORESTRY, UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH 1962-1988. SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF

D.G.M. DONALD

153: 77-80


FERTILISER TO AMELIORATE FOREST SITES ON THE HARKERVILLE PLATEAU, SOUTHERN CAPE. THE EFFECT OF RIPPING IN COMBINATION WITH

A. VAN LAAR

145: 28-32


FERTILISER TO PINES FOLLOWING SECOND THINNING. THE APPLICATION OF

D. G. M. DONALD

142: 13-16


FERTILISER. INFLUENCE OF SOIL ORGANIC MATTER CONTENT ON THE RESPONSIVENESS OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS TO NITROGEN

A.D. NOBLE AND M.A. HERBERT

156: 23-27


FERTILISERS TO CONDITIONED PINUS RADIATA PRIOR TO LIFTING AS A MEANS OF IMPROVING ROOT GROWTH CAPACITY. THE APPLICATION OF INORGANIC

D. G. M. DONALD

146: 23-25


FERTILISERS TO PINES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. THE APPLICATION OF

D.G.M. DONALD, P.W. LANGE, C.J. SCHUTZ AND A.R. MORRIS

141: 53-62


FERTILISING AT DE KAAP, EASTERN TRANSVAAL. FINAL FINDINGS ON THE RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS TO

M.A. HERBERT, D.A. JACKSON AND R. VERLOREN VAN THEMAAT

122: 53-58


FERTILISING COMMERCIAL FOREST SPECIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: RESEARCH PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS (PART 2).

M.A. HERBERT AND A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

152: 34-42


FERTILISING EUCALYPT PLANTATIONS ON THE BRAZILIAN SAVANNAH SOILS

N.F. BARROS, R.F. NOVAIS, J.C.L. NEVES AND P.G.L. LEAL

160: 7-12


FERTILISING IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPLETE SITE PREPARATION AND

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU, R. VERLOREN VAN THEMAAT AND D.I. BODEN

116: 1-10


FERTILISING OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS (SALIGNA) ON OLD WATTLE SOILS.

M. PENNEFATHER AND F. MACGILLIVRAY

76: 1-5


FERTILISING WITH NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, POTASSIUM AND DOLOMITIC LIME ON A MISPAH SOIL SERIES. THE RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS TO

M. A. HERBERT

124: 4-12


FERTILIZATION AT FIRST THINNING ON PINUS PATULA BASAL AREA INCREMENT IN MPUMALANGA. IMPACT OF

COLLEEN A. CARLSON

189: 35-46


FERTILIZATION OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS/SALIGNA - A PRELIMINARY REPORT.

H.M. DICKS, D.A. JACKSON AND R.D. KIRK

54: 22-29


FERTILIZATION OF FAST-GROWING PINES AND EUCALYPTS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

C.J. SCHUTZ

98: 44-47


FERTILIZER APPLICATION AT PLANTING: THE LOUW'S CREEK TRIAL. THE RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS TO

D.G.M. DONALD AND C.J. SCHUTZ

102: 23-28


FERTILIZER APPLIED AT PLANTING ON BRANCHING IN PINUS PATULA. A PILOT STUDY INTO THE EFFECTS OF

COLLEEN A. CARLSON AND SAMUEL SOKO

189: 27-34


FERTILIZER EXPERIMENT IN NEW PLANTING OF WATTLE. RESULTS OF A

J. S. BEARD

36: 24-27


FERTILIZER EXPERIMENT WITH WATTLE. A COMPLETED

J.S. BEARD

41: 11-14


FERTILIZER TRIALS. THE MEASUREMENT OF HEIGHT IN

D.G.M. DONALD

98: 6-12


FERTILIZER WITH BLACK WATTLE. RECENT EXPERIMENTS ON

J. S. BEARD

28: 39-49


FERTILIZERS APPLIED AT PLANTING. THE RESPONSE OF PINUS RADIATA AND PINUS PINASTER TO N, P AND K

D.G.M. DONALD AND L.M. GLEN

91: 19-27


FERTILIZERS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PINES IN THE FOREST NURSERY. THE USE OF INORGANIC

D.G.M. DONALD

81: 2-6


FERTILIZING EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS AT TIME OF PLANTING IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. A FIRST ACCOUNT OF PROFITS AT HARVESTING AS A RESULT OF

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU AND M. PENNEFATHER

94: 29-35


FERTILIZING EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS AT PLANTING ARE SUSTAINED UNTIL HARVESTING. INITIAL RESPONSES TO

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

100: 72-80


FERTILIZING OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS (SALIGNA) ON OLD WATTLE LANDS.

K. HEIBERG-IURGENSEN AND M. PENNEFATHER

57: 11-14


FIBRE-GLASS INSTRUMENT. SOIL MOISTURE STUDIES USING THE BERKELEY

J.S. BEARD

44: 24-28


FIBRE NETWORK STRENGTH. AN APPARATUS FOR TESTING

D.C. REEVES AND G.F.R. GERISCHER

113: 50-52


FIBRE PER HECTARE IN SOUTH AFRICA. PROSPECTS FOR PRODUCING MORE PULP
CHARLIE R. E. CLARKE
185: 50-56


FIBRE RESIDUES FROM TROPICAL TREE LEGUMES - A WEALTH IN SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE. CHEMICAL EVALUATION OF LEAF

S. CHANDA, S.K BHADURI, S. DAS AND D. SARDAR

173: 23-26


FIBRE RESOURCES IN THE PULP AND PAPER-MAKING INDUSTRY. IMPACT OF WOOD QUALITY ASSESSMENTS ON FUTURE

J.A. WRIGHT

157: 96-99


FIBRE SHORTAGE. SOLUTION FOR THE PROJECTED WOOD

DR. A.J. DU TOIT

104: 20-24


FIBRE YIELD OF PINUS PATULA AND PINUS ELLIOTTII PULPWOOD PLANTATIONS AT HIGH ALTITUDE IN MPUMALANGA. GROWTH AND

ROBERT PALLETT

187: 11-18


FIBRES DURING BEATING AND RECYCLING. PHYSICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF WOOD

W.J. VAN WYK

169: 11-14


FIBROUS ROOT MAT OF GLEICHENIA POLYPODIOIDES FERN: POSSIBLE USE AS A MEDIUM FOR GROWING PLANTS.

J. MORZE

101: 39-46


FIELD APPLICATION OF CARBOSULFAN FOR THE PROTECTION OF EUCALYPT TRANSPLANTS FROM TERMITE ATTACK

R. MAZODZE

162: 21-26


FIELD DAY AT CATHEDRAL PEAK.

U.W. NÄNNI

79: 22


FIELD DEMONSTRATION OF THE EFFECT ON STREAMFLOW OF CLEARING INVASIVE PINE AND WATTLE TREES FROM A RIPARIAN ZONE. A

P.J. DYE AND A.G. POULTER

173: 27-30


FIELD EXPERIMENTS WITH AERIAL SPRAYS AGAINST LARVAE OF THE PINE TREE EMPEROR MOTH, NUDAURELIA CYTHEREA CAPENSIS, STOLL. PRELIMINARY

D. V. V. WEBB

31: 6-20


FIELD-GROWN COPPICE OF EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS BY STEM CUTTINGS PROPAGATION. DEVELOPING CLONES FROM
P. J. WILSON
185: 45-49


FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF BUZURA EDWARDSI WALKER (GEOMETRIDAE): A DEFOLIATING LOOPER ON PINUS PATULA AND EUCALYPTUS SPECIES IN THE MELSETTER DISTRICT OF RHODESIA.

J.A. STUBBINGS

65: 15-29


FIELD PERFORMANCE OF MICROPROPAGATED AND MACROPROPAGATED EUCALYPTUS HYBRIDS

M.P. WATT, E.A. DUNCAN, M. ING, F.C. BLAKEWAY AND B. HERMAN

173: 17-22


FIELD TESTING OF LAMINATED WOODEN TELEPHONE CROSS-ARMS. DEVELOPMENT AND

P. QUINN

125: 94-96


FIELD TRIALS OF GEOGRAPHICAL RACES OF PINUS PINASTER IN SOUTH AFRICA.

H. B. RYCROFT AND C. L. WICHT

16: 55-66


FIELD. HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING OF WOOD. PART 3: DRYING OF WOOD IN A HIGH FREQUENCY

H.F. VERMAAS

84: 25-27


FIELD. SOME ASPECTS OF INSURANCE IN THE GROWING TIMBER

P. BROOME

101: 58-60


FIFTEEN YEARS' MARKETING RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICAN TIMBERS.

NILS B. ECKBO

9: 48-50


FIFTH- AND EIGHTH-YEAR TRAITS. PINUS PATULA PROGENY TEST: HERITABILITY ESTIMATES AND GENETIC CORRELATIONS BETWEEN

B.I. NYOKA, J.S. BIRKS AND C.M. GUMBIE

168: 23-26


FIFTH-YEAR PERFORMANCE OF PROGENIES OF SELECTED SOUTH AFRICAN SLASH AND LOBLOLLY PINE CLONES.

JOHN F. KRAUS AND EARL R. SLUDER

121: 84-87


FIGURES. INITIAL MOISTURE CONTENT AND DENSITY AND DRYING RATE OF THREE PINE SPECIES GROWING IN THE NATAL MIDLANDS. PART II: DRYING RATE AND MASS/VOLUME CONVERSION

H.P. STOHR.

127: 42-43


FINAL CROP IN IMPROVED PINUS TAEDA. ROW THINNINGS DO NOT ADVERSELY AFFECT YIELDS OR FORM OF THE

B.V. BREDENKAMP

131: 28-33


FINAL FINDINGS ON THE RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS TO FERTILISING AT DE KAAP, EASTERN TRANSVAAL.

M.A. HERBERT, D.A. JACKSON AND R. VERLOREN VAN THEMAAT

122: 53-58


FINANCIAL BOOKKEEPING AND THE FORESTRY ENTERPRISE.

P. C. DE VILLIERS

28: 6-16


FINANCIAL DECISION CRITERIA AND REAL PRICE CHANGES.

H.J.E. UYS

154: 15-17


FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT. ADJUSTING FAUSTMANN'S FORMULA FOR A DYNAMIC

H.J.E. UYS

148: 18-22


FINANCIAL ROTATIONS UNDER INFLATIONARY CONDITIONS. DETERMINING OPTIMAL

H.J.E. UYS

154: 18-23


FINE DEAD FUEL MOISTURE FOR FIRE BEHAVIOUR PREDICTIONS. A COMPARISON OF PROCEDURES TO ESTIMATE

R.E. BURGAN

142: 34-40


FINGER-JOINT GEOMETRY AND END PRESSURE ON TENSILE PROPERTIES OF THREE FINGER-JOINTED TROPICAL AFRICAN HARDWOODS. INFLUENCE OF

J. AYARKWA, Y. HIRASHIMA, Y. SASAKI AND M. YAMASAKI

188: 37-50


FINGER JOINT STRENGTH: A LAMINATED BEAM STRENGTH PREDICTOR?

W.M.G. BURDZIK

178: 39-46


FINGER-JOINTED TROPICAL AFRICAN HARDWOODS USING ACOUSTIC EMISSIONS. PREDICTING ULTIMATE TENSILE AND BENDING STRENGTHS OF THREE

J. AYARKWA, Y. HIRASHIMA, K. ANDO AND Y. SASAKI

189: 53-62


FINGER JOINTS APPLICATION AND (II) MINIMUM CURING TEMPERATURES. PHENOLIC AND TANNIN-BASED "HONEYMOON"-TYPE ADHESIVES: (I) GLULAM AND

F.A. CAMERON AND A. PIZZI

120: 36-40


FINGERJOINT DISPERSION ON THE STRENGTH OF LAMINATED BEAMS. THE EFFECT OF

W.M.G. BURDZIK AND B.W.J. VAN RENSBURG

141: 63-68


FINGERJOINTS IN S.A. PINE AND EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. THE EFFECT OF TIMBER DENSITY AND TYPE OF ADHESIVE ON THE STRENGTH OF

B.W.J. VAN RENSBURG, W.M.G. BURDZIK, W. EBERSOHN AND C. CI11IE

140: 39-43


FINGERPRINTING TO IDENTIFY EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS CLONES. RAPD

W.J. DE LANGE, B.D. WINGFIELD, C.D. VILJOEN AND M.J. WINGFIELD

167: 47-50


FINGERPRINTS OF EUCALYPTUS SPECIES. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHLOROPLAST ISOLATION AND "IN-ORGANELLE" DIGESTION PROCEDURES FOR THE ROUTINE PRODUCTION OF CHLOROPLAST DNA

M. COULSON, B.I. HUCKETT AND M.P. WATT

164: 1-8


FINLAND. THE EXPORT OF ROUNDWOOD FROM

VEIKKO PALOSUO

39: 19-22


FIRE AND SENESCENT FYNBOS IN THE SWARTBERG, SOUTHERN CAPE.

W. BOND

114: 68-71


FIRE AND VEGETATION ON TABLE MOUNTAIN. A REPORT ON

D. MCLACHLAN AND E.J. MOLL

99: 7-12


FIRE AT ORANGE KLOOF, CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE FACTORS AFFECTING FOREST COLONISATION OF FYNBOS IN THE ABSENCE OF RECURRENT

P.H. MASSON AND E.J. MOLL

143: 5-10


FIRE AT THE OTTERFORD STATE FOREST. OBSERVATIONS OF DAMAGE OF A SECONDARY NATURE FOLLOWING A WILD

N.T. BAYLIS, C. DE RONDE AND D.B. JAMES

137: 36-37


FIRE BEHAVIOUR PREDICTIONS. A COMPARISON OF PROCEDURES TO ESTIMATE FINE DEAD FUEL MOISTURE FOR

R.E. BURGAN

142: 34-40


FIRE DAMAGE. RECOVERY OF OCOTEA BULLATA (LAURACEAE) AFTER

W.A. LUBBE

152: 1-6


FIRE DAMAGE. THE RESISTANCE OF PINUS SPECIES TO

C. DE RONDE

122: 22-27


FIRE DANGER IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS. PART 2: HISTORIC

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND R.E. BURGAN

129: 66-78


FIRE DANGER INDEX SYSTEM FOR THE TRANSVAAL LOWVELD AND ADJOINING ESCARPMENT AREAS. A

S. MEIKLE AND J. HEINE

143: 55-56


FIRE DANGER RATING IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS, PART 1. A FUEL MODEL FOR

B.W. VAN WILGEN

131: 13-17

B.W. VAN WILGEN

129: 61-65


FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS, PART 1. A FUEL MODEL FOR FIRE DANGER RATING IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES

B.W. VAN WILGEN

131: 13-17

B.W. VAN WILGEN

129: 61-65


FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS. PART 2: HISTORIC FIRE DANGER IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND R.E. BURGAN

129: 66-78


FIRE-DANGER RATING.

E VOWINCKEL

31: 58-73


FIRE DANGER RATING. METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FOREST

J. A. KING

29: 31-38


FIRE FREQUENCY ON FYNBOS PLANT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE AT JONKERSHOEK, STELLENBOSCH. SOME EFFECTS OF

B.W. VAN WILGEN

118: 42-55


FIRE IN FELLED HAKEA SERICEA AND NATURAL FYNBOS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN MOUNTAIN CATCHMENTS. THE EFFECTS OF

D.M. RICHARDSON AND B.W. VAN WILGEN

139: 4-14


FIRE IN NUTRIENT CYCLING. PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES OF NUTRIENT LEVELS IN FYNBOS VEGETATION AND THE ROLE OF

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND D.C. LE MAITRE

119: 24-28


FIRE IN THE MONTANE GRASSLANDS OF NATAL. FACTORS AFFECTING THE TIMING OF GRASSLAND REGROWTH AFTER

C. S. EVERSON AND T. M. EVERSON

142: 47-52


FIRE LAWS OF SOUTH AFRICA. THE VELD AND FOREST

J.D.M. KEET

55: 3-9


FIRE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS IN FYNBOS MOUNTAIN CATCHMENT AREAS

A.H.W. SEYDACK

161: 53-58


FIRE ON SEROTINOUS PROTAECEAE IN THE WESTERN CAPE AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR FYNBOS MANAGEMENT. THE EFFECT OF SEASON OF

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND M. VIVIERS

133: 49-53


FIRE ON SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS IN SOUTHERN CAPE COASTAL MOUNTAIN FYNBOS. SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF AN AUTUMN

J. J. MIDGLEY AND P. CLAYTON

153: 27-30


FIRE ON THE DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE OF WOOD-LIVING BEETLES IN A MIOMBO WOODLAND, TANZANIA. THE EFFECT OF

S.S. MADOFFE, A. BAKKE AND J.A. TARIMO

187: 51-58


FIRE ON WIDDRINGTONIA NODIFLORA ON MARIEPSKOP. THE EFFECTS OF

J.H. SCRIBA

97: 11-17


FIRE PRECAUTIONS. FORESTRY

P.J. GERMISHUIZEN

100: 1-13


FIRE, WATER AND SOIL EROSION

D.F. SCOTT AND R.E. SCHULTZE

160: 67-74


FIRE. THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE WEED ACACIA LONGIFOLIA (FABACEAE) IN THE ABSENCE AND PRESENCE OF

P. J. PIETERSE AND A. L. P. CAIRNS

145: 25-27


FIRES AND ASSOCIATED WEATHER FACTORS IN MOUNTAIN FYNBOS AREAS OF THE SOUTH-WESTERN CAPE. AN ANALYSIS OF

B.W. VAN WILGEN

119: 29-34


FIRES IN ITALY. FOREST

GIANCARLO CESTI

145: 47-58


FIRES IN PRIVATELY-OWNED PLANTATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA: 1985-04-01 TO 1989-03-31. ANALYSIS OF

C. KROMHOUT

154: 74-87


FIRES IN PRIVATELY-OWNED PLANTATIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA. ANALYSIS OF

P.J. LE ROUX

146: 55-66


FIRES IN THE GROOT SWARTBERG MOUNTAIN CATCHMENT AREA, CAPE PROVINCE. THE FREQUENCY OF VELD

I.P. HORNE

118: 56-60


FIRES OF 12 SEPTEMBER 1985. ASH THURSDAY: EASTERN TRANSVAAL PLANTATION

S.J.V. MEIKLE

138: 51-53


FIRES. THE USE OF RADIO-TELEPHONY IN COMBATING FOREST

J.F.T. SWAN

41: 28-30


FIRST CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY. JOSEPH STORR LISTER, THE

MARGERET J. LISTER

29: 10-18


FIRST REPORT OF MELAMPSORA MEDUSAE ON POPULUS DELTOIDES IN AFRICA.

T.N. TRENCH, A.P. BAXTER AND H. CHURCHILL

144: 6-9


FIRST THINNING IN PLANTATION FORESTRY. AN EVALUATION OF THREE METHODS OF MARKING FOR

V.M. DUBIANSKY

116: 89-92


FIRST-THINNING OF PINE PLANTATIONS. FELLING OF "THIRD DIAGONAL LINES" AT/AS

D.I. SOLOMON

124: 68-72


FIRST THINNING ON PINUS PATULA BASAL AREA INCREMENT IN MPUMALANGA. IMPACT OF FERTILIZATION AT

COLLEEN A. CARLSON

189: 35-46


FIRST THINNING. INTERNATIONAL PROVENANCE TRIALS OF PINUS KESIYA IN SOUTH AFRICA: RESULTS AT

WM. K. DARROW

129: 21-30


FIRST THINNINGS. HARVESTING PRODUCTIVITY IN CONIFEROUS

R. W. TAYLOR

105: 33-34


FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF FRESHWATER

D. HEY

6: 4-25


FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART III: STOCKING DAMS AND RESERVOIRS. PART IV: THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF INLAND FISHERIES. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF FRESHWATER

D. HEY

8: 4-23


FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART II: STOCKING RIVERS AND STREAMS. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF FRESHWATER

D. HEY

7: 5-33


FISH IN THE CAPE PROVINCE AND ITS RELATION TO FOREST AREAS. THE ACCLIMATIZATION OF FRESHWATER GAME

A. CECIL HARRISON

4: 5-14


FISHERIES. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF FRESHWATER FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART III: STOCKING DAMS AND RESERVOIRS. PART IV: THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF INLAND

D. HEY

8: 4-23


FISIESE VEREISTERS VAN PULPHOUT. CHEMIESE EN

J.S.M. VENTER EN C.R. GONIN

70: 20-21


FITTING DISTRIBUTIONS OF PINUS PATULA STANDS.

K VON GADOW

126: 20-29


FITZPATRICK R.W. AND A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

116: 28-39


FIVE FOREST DISEASES IN SOUTH AFRICA. A HISTORY OF

J.E. LUNDQUIST

140: 51-59


FIVE YEAR RESULTS FROM A BLANKING TRIAL WITH PINUS PATULA.

A.R. MORRIS

178: 1-8


FIVE YEAR RESULTS OF SPECIES AND PROVENANCE TRIALS WITH COLD-RESISTANT EUCALYPTS IN LESOTHO.

K.F. RICHARDSON

135: 43-52


FLAKEBOARD CONTAINING WASTE PAPER. STUDY ON THE PREPRESSING OF

GUNTHER GERISCHER AND DAVE REEVES

102: 73-76


FLATS FOR RAISING FOREST NURSERY STOCK. THE USE OF PLANTER

R.L. BARRETT

117:65-67


FLATS. RAISING PINES IN PLANTER

R. L. BARRETT

125: 58-67


FLATS. RECLAMATION OF THE CAPE

J. J. KOTZE

5: 73-74


FLAVOHIRTA MALLOCH, (DIPTERA: DROSOPHILIDAE) BREEDING IN EUCALYPTUS FLOWERS. NECTAR FLIES, DROSOPHILA

A.P. DU TOIT

143: 53-54


FLIES, DROSOPHILA FLAVOHIRTA MALLOCH, (DIPTERA: DROSOPHILIDAE) BREEDING IN EUCALYPTUS FLOWERS. NECTAR

A.P. DU TOIT

143: 53-54


FLOODED CONDITIONS. THE RESPONSE OF OCOTEA BULLATA (LAURACEAE) TO

W.A. LUBBE

157: 32-37


FLOOR LOADING IN PINE STANDS OF THE TSITSIKAMMA. SPATIAL VARIATION OF FOREST

C. DE RONDE

166: 1-8


FLOOR. A METHOD OF PREDICTING THE DEFOLIATION THREAT TO PINES BY THE PINE TREE EMPEROR MOTH, NUDAURELIA CYTHEREA, BY COUNTING DEAD MOTHS ON THE FOREST

H. GEERTSEMA

113: 26-29


FLORA ON ROOTS OF PINUS PATULA IN SWAZILAND. CHANGES IN MYCORRHIZAL

R.K. ROBINSON

78: 14-15


FLORAL COMPOSITION OF GROOTVALDERSBOSCH. THE FOREST TYPES AND

H. C. TAYLOR

26: 33-46


FLORAL HERITAGE. FORESTRY AND OUR

G.D. MCCANN

85: 21-24


FLORIBUNDA (BENTH.) C.A. SM. NOTES ON THE TREE AND TIMBER OF LACHNOPYLIS

C. H. BANKS

30: 84-86


FLORISTIC AND STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION OF HANGLIP FOREST IN SOUTPANSBERG, NORTHERN TRANSVAAL

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND B. MURRAY

165: 9-20


FLORISTIC AND STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION OF WONDERWOUD FOREST, NORTH-EASTERN TRANSVAAL

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND F.J. PIETERSE

164: 9-20


FLORISTICS AND GROWING STOCK IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE INDIGENOUS FORESTS. THE EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT FOR TIMBER PRODUCTION ON

C.J. GELDENHUYS

113: 6-15


FLOTATION MEDIA ON THE GERMINATION OF PINUS ELLIOTTII, P. PATULA AND P. TAEDA SEED. EFFECTS OF ORGANIC

T.J. HODGSON

102: 17-21


FLOW IN CATHEDRAL PEAK STREAMS. BASE-

U. W. NÄNNI

33: 7-48


FLOW IN JONKERSHOEK STREAMS. DEPLETION OF GROUNDWATER

C. L. WICHT

8: 50-63


FLOW ON SMALL PLOTS AT THE JONKERSHOEK FORESTRY RESEARCH STATION. OVERLAND

D.B. VERSVELD

119: 35-40


FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR IN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS (PART 2). SOME ASPECTS OF

L.M. HODGSON

98: 32-43


FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR IN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. SOME ASPECTS OF

L.M. HODGSON

99: 53-58


FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR IN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS (HILL). SOME ASPECTS OF

L.M. HODGSON

97: 18-28


FLOWERS. NECTAR FLIES, DROSOPHILA FLAVOHIRTA MALLOCH, (DIPTERA: DROSOPHILIDAE) BREEDING IN EUCALYPTUS

A.P. DU TOIT

143: 53-54


FLUCTUATIONS AND DIVERSITY OF BARK AND WOOD-BORING BEETLES IN LOWLAND FOREST: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT PRACTICES. SEASONAL

S.S. MADOFFE AND A. BAKKE

173: 9-16


FLUCTUATIONS IN JONKERSHOEK STREAMS DUE TO EVAPORATION AND TRANSPIRATION. DIURNAL

C. L. WICHT

7: 34-49


FODDER TREE, IN MARGINAL SUMMER RAINFALL AREAS OF SOUTH AFRICA. THE NUTRITIVE VALUE OF TAGASASTE, A LEGUMINOUS

J. P. LINDEQUE AND N. F. G. REETHMAN

182: 51-54


FOLIAGE PRIOR TO DETERMINATION OF WATER POTENTIAL. STORAGE OF PINUS RADIATA

J. B. ZWOLINSKI AND L. VAN DER MERWE

155: 30-32


FOLIAR CONCENTRATIONS OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS AND POTASSIUM FOR EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROWTH RATE AND

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU AND M.A. HERBERT

120: 19-23


FOLIAR DIAGNOSIS AND FERTILISER PRESCRIPTION IN FORESTRY - THE DRIS SYSTEM AND ITS POTENTIAL.

C.J. SCHUTZ AND J.M. DE VILLIERS

141: 6-12


FOLIAR ELEMENTS, ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND GROWTH IN PINUS PATULA FROM THE UMZINKULU DISTRICT, TRANSKEI.

D.C. GREY, J. LE ROUX AND A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

111: 24-28


FOLIAR FEEDING.

C. R. FARMER WILLIAMS

38: 17-18


FOLIAR NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN PINUS RADIATA IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. SEASONAL VARIATION OF

T. W. PAYN AND M. E. CLOUGH

143: 37-41


FOLIAR NUTRIENT CONTENT OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS IN NATAL. THE INFLUENCE OF SITE FACTORS ON THE

M.A. HERBERT

156: 28-34


FOLIAR NUTRIENT CONTENT OF E. GRANDIS. SEASONAL CHANGES IN

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

119: 1-4


FOLIAR PATHOGENS OF EUCALYPTUS SPP. IN CHILE. A PRELIMINARY, ANNOTATED LIST OF

M.J. WINGFIELD, P.W. CROUS AND H.L. PEREDO

173: 53-58


FOLIICOLOUS FUNGI OF EUCALYPTUS SPP. FROM EASTERN MADAGASCAR: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA

P.W. CROUS AND W.J. SWART

172: 1-6


FORCE IN THE FORESTRY INDUSTRY AND TEN YEARS HENCE. THE PRESENT LABOUR

C.W.H. DU TOIT

110: 67-74


FORECASTS OF NATURAL EVEN-AGED STANDS. GROWTH

F.X. SCHUMACHER

42: 23-29


FOREMAN T.C. AND J.E. LUNDQUIST

136: 22-25


FOREST AND WOODLAND IN THE SARCCUS REGION: BOTSWANA. INVENTORY OF INDIGENOUS

F.S. ALIDI

158: 81-82


FOREST AND WOODLAND IN SOUTH AFRICA. INVENTORY OF INDIGENOUS

C.J. GELDENHUYS

158: 83-94


FOREST AND WOODLANDS IN THE SARCCUS REGION: MALAWI. INVENTORY OF INDIGENOUS

C.P. SAKANDA

158: 95-95


FOREST AREAS. THE ACCLIMATIZATION OF FRESHWATER GAME FISH IN THE CAPE PROVINCE AND ITS RELATION TO

A. CECIL HARRISON

4: 5-14


FOREST AT LANGEBOS (ALEXANDRIA FOREST TYPE). ASPECTS OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE HIGH

J.J. MIDGLEY

161: 19-22


FOREST BIOMASS: BRANCHWOOD. THE HARVESTING OF A GREATER PART OF THE

A.J. DU TOIT

109: 38-43


FOREST BIOMASS: FULL-TREE HARVESTING. THE HARVESTING OF A GREATER PART OF THE

A.J. DU TOIT

114: 58-63


FOREST BIOMASS: STUMPWOOD. THE HARVESTING OF A GREATER PART OF THE

A.J. DU TOIT

108: 16-21


FOREST BIRD COMMUNITIES. A CENSUS TECHNIQUE FOR AFROMONTANE

J.H. KOEN

145: 39-41


FOREST BOTANIST. THE BANTU AS

O. B. MILLER

4: 21-23


FOREST CANOPIES. AN APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF RAINFALL INTERCEPTION BY

C. L. WICHT

6: 55-70



FOREST COLONISATION OF FYNBOS IN THE ABSENCE OF RECURRENT FIRE AT ORANGE KLOOF, CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE FACTORS AFFECTING

P.H. MASSON AND E.J. MOLL

143: 5-10


FOREST COMPANY. APPLIED CONSERVATION BY A

R. MC. C. POTT

154: 67-71


FOREST CONSERVATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. ROLE OF EUCALYPT PLANTATIONS IN TIMBER SUPPLY AND

A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

156: 56-60


FOREST CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT. INDIGENOUS

G.M. VON DEM BUSSCHE

93: 25-30


FOREST COVER CHANGE IN THE OHANGWENA REGION, NORTHERN NAMIBIA : A CASE STUDY BASED ON MULTITEMPORAL LANDSAT IMAGES AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

ANTII ERKKILA AND SATU LÖFMAN

184: 25-32


FOREST DISEASES IN SOUTH AFRICA. A HISTORY OF FIVE

J.E. LUNDQUIST

140: 51-59


FOREST ENTOMOLOGY IN SOUTH AFRICA. PROGRESS OF THE

F. C. G. TOOKE

10: 4-12


FOREST FIRE DANGER RATING. METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF

J. A. KING

29: 31-38


FOREST FIRE LAWS OF SOUTH AFRICA. THE VELD AND

J.D.M. KEET

55: 3-9


FOREST FIRES IN ITALY.

GIANCARLO CESTI

145: 47-58


FOREST FIRES. THE USE OF RADIO-TELEPHONY IN COMBATING

J.F.T. SWAN

41: 28-30


FOREST FLOOR LOADING IN PINE STANDS OF THE TSITSIKAMMA. SPATIAL VARIATION OF

C. DE RONDE

166: 1-8


FOREST FLOOR. A METHOD OF PREDICTING THE DEFOLIATION THREAT TO PINES BY THE PINE TREE EMPEROR MOTH, NUDAURELIA CYTHEREA, BY COUNTING DEAD MOTHS ON THE

H. GEERTSEMA

113: 26-29


FOREST - FORESTRY IN NEW ZEALAND. KAINGAROA

R. NELLBECK

52: 18-26


FOREST-FYNBOS ECOTONE IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDIGENOUS

J.C. VAN DAALEN

119: 14-23


FOREST-FYNBOS ECOTONE. COMPARATIVE SOIL BULK DENSITY DETERMINATION IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE

J.C. VAN DAALEN

118: 82-85


FOREST GROWTH: A 35-YEAR SOUTHERN CAPE CASE STUDY

J.C. VAN DAALEN

159: 1-10


FOREST HYDROLOGICAL RESEARCH AT THE CATHEDRAL PEAK RESEARCH STATION.

U. W. NÄNNI

27: 2-35


FOREST HYDROLOGICAL RESEARCH. TRENDS IN

C.L. WICHT

57: 17-25


FOREST IN SOUTPANSBERG, NORTHERN TRANSVAAL. FLORISTIC AND STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION OF HANGLIP

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND B. MURRAY

165: 9-20


FOREST IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. ROAD BUILDING AND THE SURVIVAL OF INDIGENOUS

C. J. GELDENHUYS, D. KOTZE AND C. J. VAN DER MERWE

145: 13-24


FOREST IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. HELICOPTER LOGGING OF VALUABLE FURNITURE TIMBER FROM NATURAL RAIN

T.C. STEHLE

155: 51-53


FOREST INDUSTRY CAN PLAY AS A RENEWABLE SOURCE OF LIQUID FUEL. A BRIEF SURVEY OF SOUTH AFRICA'S ENERGY POSITION AND THE PART THAT THE

P.V. VAN BREDA

111: 2-6


FOREST INDUSTRY. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE LONG TERM SUSTAINABILITY OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN

K. OLBRICH, S.J. CHRISTIE, J. EVANS, D. EVERARD, B. OLBRICH AND R.J. SCHOLES

178: 53-58


FOREST INDUSTRY. FORESTRY RESEARCH AND THE

J.A. STUBBINGS

92: 17-23


FOREST INFLUENCES RESEARCH TECHNIQUE AT JONKERSHOEK.

C. L. WICHT

3: 65-80


FOREST INVENTORY. TOWARDS A NATIONAL

PROF. A. VAN LAAR

104: 3-10


FOREST INVESTMENTS LIMITED. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NURSERY AND PLANTING SYSTEMS IN S.A.

N.P. DENISON

118: 26-30


FOREST LANDS: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. WILD LIFE ON

R.C. BIGALKE

89: 16-20


FOREST MANAGEMENT AND SILVICULTURAL PLANNING AND CONTROL IN EVEN-AGED PLANTATION FORESTRY. A COMPUTERISED SYSTEM FOR

N. O. WESSELS AND H. W. KASSIER

132: 62-64


FOREST MANAGEMENT AND SILVICULTURAL PLANNING AND CONTROL IN SOUTH AFRICAN STATE FORESTRY. AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR

H.W. KASSIER

114: 1-6


FOREST MANAGEMENT IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. THE BLACKWOOD GROUP SYSTEM: ITS RELEVANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE

C.J. GELDENHUYS

177: 7-21


FOREST MANAGEMENT. CONSERVATION RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS AND COMMERCIAL

D.C. GREY

149: 58-61


FOREST MANAGEMENT. LEGAL, INSTITUTIONAL, POLICY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC SHORTCOMINGS HINDERING SUSTAINABLE

E.M. GOVERE

179: 35-38


FOREST MANAGEMENT. SETTING GOALS IN

K. VON GADOW

106: 2-9


FOREST, NATAL. A QUANTITATIVE ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE HLOGWENE

E.J. MOLL

114: 19-24


FOREST, NATAL. ADDITIONAL QUANTITATIVE ECOLOGICAL STUDIES IN THE HAWAAN

E.J. MOLL

113: 16-25


FOREST, NORTH-EASTERN TRANSVAAL. FLORISTIC AND STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION OF WONDERWOUD

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND F.J. PIETERSE

164: 9-20


FOREST NURSERIES. CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHERA ROOT ROT AND OTHER SOIL-BORNE DISEASES OF

DR SHARON VON BROEMBSEN

117:37-40


FOREST NURSERIES. THE GENERA CYLINDROCLADIUM AND CYLINDROCLADIELLA IN SOUTH AFRICA, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO

P.W. CROUS, A.J.L. PHILLIPS AND M.J. WINGFIELD

157: 69-85


FOREST NURSERIES. THE GROWTH OF PINE SEEDLINGS IN SOUTH AFRICAN

D.G.M. DONALD, I. YOUNG..

123: 36-50


FOREST NURSERY STOCK. THE USE OF PLANTER FLATS FOR RAISING

R.L. BARRETT

117:65-67


FOREST NURSERY. THE CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA CINNAMOMI RANDS IN A SOUTH AFRICAN

D.G.M. DONALD AND S.L. VON BROEMBSEN

100: 50-55


FOREST NURSERY. THE MYCORRHIZAL REQUIREMENT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN

D.G.M. DONALD

117:41-44


FOREST NURSERY. THE USE OF INORGANIC FERTILIZERS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PINES IN THE

D.G.M. DONALD

81: 2-6


FOREST ON STREAMFLOW AND WATER QUALITY. THE EFFECTS OF RIPARIAN CLEARING AND CLEARFELLING OF AN INDIGENOUS

D.F. SCOTT AND W. LESCH

175: 1-14


FOREST PESTS OF SOUTH AFRICA. A REVIEW OF THE MORE IMPORTANT

H. GEERTSEMA AND M.A. VAN DEN BERG

85: 29-34


FOREST PLANNING. CLASSIFICATION IN

K. VON GADOW AND A.H.W. SEYDACK

111: 39-43


FOREST PLANTATIONS: A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS. RECREATION IN THE

MIKAEL GRUT

101: 61-69


FOREST POLICIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON TIMBER HARVESTING. A REVIEW OF CERTAIN STATE

D.C.P. JACOBS

101: 20-22


FOREST POLICY FOR SOUTH AFRICA: WHY WE SHOULD HAVE ONE AND WHAT SHOULD IT CONTAIN. A

T. J. FOY AND C. B. WILLIS

181: 33-38


FOREST PRODUCT OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE? PINE OLEORESIN: A MINOR

WM. KEVIN DARROW

125: 97-99


FOREST PRODUCTIVITY AND RESPONSE TO FERTILISATION. USE OF ECOLOGICAL SITE CLASSIFICATION IN THE PREDICTION OF

R. CARTER AND K. KLINKA

160: 19-24


FOREST PRODUCTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. LONG ROTATION

M. GRUT

95: 11-20


FOREST PRODUCTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. SHORT ROTATION

P.M. STRATTEN

95: 1-10


FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES. THE INTEGRATION OF

D. GEVISSER

26: 73-76


FOREST PRODUCTS INSTITUTE. THE TESTING OF WOODEN TELEPHONE AND TRANSMISSION POLES FOR STRENGTH AT THE

C. H. BANKS

25: 24-39


FOREST PRODUCTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TIMBER-FRAMED HOUSING. UTILIZATION OF

D.L. BOSMAN

51: 25-30


FOREST PROGRESS IN FOREST NURSERY PRACTICE.

R.L. BARRETT

98: 28-31


FOREST PROJECTS. DETERMINATION OF THE LONG-TERM PROFITABILITY OF

H.J.E. UYS

159: 61-64


FOREST REGENERATING AFTER BUSHFIRE. PRODUCTIVITY OF EUCALYPTUS REGNANS

P. ATTIWILL

160: 1-6


FOREST RESEARCH - ELIXIR OF THE INDUSTRY.

C.L. WICHT

53: 7-13


FOREST RESEARCH STATION. IN SITU GRAFTING IN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS SEED ORCHARDS AT J.D.M. KEET

L.M. HODGSON

102: 58-60


FOREST RESEARCH STATION. RAISING EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS SEEDLINGS FOR EXPERIMENTAL PURPOSES AT J.D.M. KEET

L.M. HODGSON

102: 77-80


FOREST RESERVE. A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF PODOCARPUS FALCATUS IN DENDROCHRONOLOGICAL AND DENDROCLIMATOLOGICAL STUDIES IN WITELSBOS

J. MCNAUGHTON AND P.D. TYSON

111: 29-33


FOREST SCIENCE QUALIFIED FOR APPOINTMENT TO PROFESSIONAL POSTS? ARE GRADUATES IN

C.L. WICHT

70: 17-19


FOREST SEEDLING ROOT DEFECTS INDUCED BY TRANSPORTING OR TRANSPLANTING. CONTAINERISED

W.R. NELSON

158: 47-50


FOREST SEEDLINGS. A REVIEW OF THE ROLE OF ROOT PRUNING FOR CONTAINERISED

W. R. NELSON

151: 90-92


FOREST SITE ANALYSIS - AN EXAMPLE FROM THE GRABOUW-LEBANON KEY AREA. AN INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELLING IN

R.N. THWAITES

144: 63-68


FOREST SITE QUALITY. THE IMPACT OF HARVESTING ON

D.C. GREY AND E.O. JACOBS

140: 60-66


FOREST SITES ON THE HARKERVILLE PLATEAU, SOUTHERN CAPE. THE EFFECT OF RIPPING IN COMBINATION WITH FERTILISER TO AMELIORATE

A. VAN LAAR

145: 28-32


FOREST SOILS IN THE TRANSVAAL AND NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA. PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES IN

MARIETTE MARAIS AND NAOMI H. BUCKLEY

166: 9-16


FOREST SOILS OF THE SOUTHERN CAPE PROVINCE. WATER RETENTION IN CULTIVATED

J.B. ZWOLINSKI, D.G.M. DONALD, A. VAN LAAR AND L. VAN DER MERWE

174: 1-8


FOREST SOILS. DIFFERENTIAL FERTILISATION OF PINE PLANTATIONS ON ACID

T. W. PAYN AND M. E. CLOUGH

147: 16-25


FOREST SOILS. FACTORS AFFECTING SOIL PHOSPHATE DISTRIBUTION AND REACTIONS IN CAPE

T. W. PAYN AND M. E. CLOUGH

150: 24-31


FOREST, SOUTHERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA. ESTIMATED WOODY LITTERFALL IN BROADLEAVED, EVERGREEN

S.J. MILTON

158: 29-32


FOREST SPECIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: RESEARCH PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS (PART 2). FERTILISING COMMERCIAL

M.A. HERBERT AND A.P.G. SCHÖNAU

152: 34-42


FOREST SPECIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: RESEARCH PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS (PART 1). UTILISING COMMERCIAL

M.A. HERBERT AND A . P. G. SCHÖNAU

151: 58-70


FOREST SPECIES IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. DISJUNCTIONS AND DISTRIBUTION LIMITS OF

C.J. GELDENHUYS

161: 1-14


FOREST STAND. THE EFFECT OF COMPETITION ON TIMBER GROWTH IN A MIXED EVERGREEN

J.C. VAN DAALEN

165: 21-28


FOREST STANDS NEAR KNYSNA, SOUTHERN CAPE. REGENERATION PATTERNS IN PLANTED AND NATURAL

W.A. LUBBE AND C.J. GELDENHUYS

159: 43-50


FOREST TECHNICAL SURVEY. SOUTH AFRICAN

M. P. BRINK AND P. W. WARKOTSCH

152: 72-79


FOREST TO A EUCALYPT PLANTATION. A DESCRIPTION OF THE WESTFALIA CATCHMENT EXPERIMENT TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT ON WATER YIELD OF CLEARING THE RIPARIAN ZONE AND CONVERTING AN INDIGENOUS

R.E. SMITH AND J.M. BOSCH

151: 26-31


FOREST TREE BREEDING IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY: POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS TO

P.M. NEL

135: 40-42



FOREST TREE BREEDING. THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF

G. VAN WYK AND H.A. VAN DER SIJDE

126: 48-54


FOREST TREE PROPAGATION. THE DISCIPLINES OF

P. J. WILSON

183: 47-52


FOREST TREE SEED TRANSACTIONS. THE URGENT NEED TO RATIONALISE

D.T. CARTER

111: 14-17


FOREST TREES OTHER THAN PINES AND EUCALYPTS IN MALAWI. THE SILVICULTURE OF INDIGENOUS AND EXOTIC

R.W.S. NKAONJA

121: 28-37


FOREST TREES. ROOT SYSTEMS OF SOME SOUTHERN CAPE INDIGENOUS

H. KOTZE AND C.J. GELDENHUYS

163: 21-26


FOREST TYPES AND FLORAL COMPOSITION OF GROOTVALDERSBOSCH. THE

H. C. TAYLOR

26: 33-46


FOREST WITH EUCALYPTUS ON STREAMFLOW FROM A SMALL CATCHMENT IN THE TRANSVAAL, SOUTH AFRICA. THE EFFECT OF AFFORESTATION OF INDIGENOUS SCRUB

J.M. BOSCH AND R. E. SMITH

150: 7-17


FOREST. DISTRIBUTION AND CORRELATION PATTERNS IN AN INDIGENOUS

A. VAN LAAR AND C.J. GELDENHUYS

94: 20-28


FOREST. INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VEGETATION AND SITE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE GOUNA

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND A. VAN LAAR

112: 3-9


FOREST. OBSERVATIONS OF DAMAGE OF A SECONDARY NATURE FOLLOWING A WILD FIRE AT THE OTTERFORD STATE

N.T. BAYLIS, C. DE RONDE AND D.B. JAMES

137: 36-37


FOREST. QUDENI: THE EARLY COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION OF AN INDIGENOUS ZULULAND

D.P. MCCRACKEN

142: 71-80


FOREST. SLOW RECOVERY OF DEFOLIATED SEVEN-WEEKS RUMOHRA ADIANTIFORMIS IN HARKERVILLE

S.J. MILTON

158: 23-28


FOREST. THE KARKLOOF

H. BRIAN RYCROFT

11: 14-25


FOREST. THE MANUBI

N. L. KING

4: 24-29


FOREST. THE RESPONSE OF PINUS RADIATA TO MANGANESE APPLICATIONS AT RUITERSBOS STATE

C. DE RONDE, D. B. JAMES, N. T. BAYLIS AND P. W. LANGE

146: 26-33


FOREST. THE VALUE OF CROWN POSITION AND CROWN FORM AS GROWTH INDICATORS IN MIXED EVERGREEN

J.C. VAN DAALEN

165: 29-36


FOREST. WOOD PROPERTY VARIATION IN SIX PINUS RADIATA (D.DON) TREES GROWN IN THE JONKERSHOEK STATE

F. S. MALAN

151: 39-45


FORESTER IN INDUSTRY. THE PROFESSIONAL

C. ANDERSON

70: 15-16


FORESTER IN SOUTH AFRICA? FORESTRY AND RESOURCE CONSERVATION-WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE

R.C. BIGALKE

126: 12-14


FORESTER TRAINING AT SAASVELD. 50 YEARS OF

J. H. SCRIBA.

122: 1


FORESTER. HUMAN ENVIRONMENT AND THE

D.P. ACKERMAN

70: 1-4


FORESTRY AND ANIMAL CONSERVATION.

R.C. BIGALKE

85: 17-20


FORESTRY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION. UTILISATION OF INLAND WATER RESOURCES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CONSERVATION ON AREAS CONTROLLED BY THE DIRECTORATE OF

P.J. LE ROUX

118: 67-72


FORESTRY AND FORESTRY RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICA. CO-OPERATION IN

C.P. KROMHOUT

141: 3


FORESTRY AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA.

C.L. WICHT

71: 5-11


FORESTRY AND LAND USE PLANNING.

A.J. RAUBENHEIMER

101: 3-5


FORESTRY AND OUR FLORAL HERITAGE.

G.D. MCCANN

85: 21-24


FORESTRY AND RELATED ACTIVITIES - ITS POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. AN OVERVIEW OF REMOTE SENSING IN

M.W. THOMPSON AND K. WHITEHEAD

161: 59-68


FORESTRY AND RESOURCE CONSERVATION-WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE FORESTER IN SOUTH AFRICA?

R.C. BIGALKE

126: 12-14


FORESTRY AND WATER RESOURCES - POLICY DEVELOPMENT FOR EQUITABLE SOLUTIONS.

D.B. VERSVELD

176: 55-60


FORESTRY AND WATER RESOURCES: CORRECTED FIGURES (LETTER TO THE EDITOR).

D. F. SCOTT

181: 51


FORESTRY AND WOODLOT DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. COMMUNITY

C. HAM AND J. M. THERON

184: 71-79


FORESTRY: ANNUAL PLANNING OF OPERATIONS. APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING IN

K. VON GADOW

122: 28-34


FORESTRY AREA IN THE R.S.A. SLOPE CLASSIFICATION AND MAPPING OF THE

P. W. WARKOTSCH, M. P. BRINK AND H. L. ZIETSMAN

155: 16-26


FORESTRY AREAS? ARE PINE PLANTATIONS "INHOSPITABLE SEAS" AROUND REMNANT NATIVE HABITAT WITHIN SOUTH-WESTERN CAPE

A.J. ARMSTRONG, H.J. VAN HENSBERGEN, D.F. SCOTT AND S.J. MILTON

176: 1-10


FORESTRY AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. A PIONEER OF BOTANY AND

P. NOBBS

27: 87-89


FORESTRY AT USUTU. MAN AND MACHINE IN RE-ESTABLISHMENT

P.J. GERMISHUIZEN AND B.R. VOS

110: 27-30


FORESTRY CONFERENCE. A NOTE ON THE SEVENTH BRITISH COMMONWEALTH

S. P. SHERRY

31: 46-57


FORESTRY COURSE. ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT IN A GRADUATE

M. GRUT

94: 36-37


FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT IN NATAL.

C. E. LACK

29: 19-30


FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT. IN PURSUIT OF SUSTAINABLE

D.W. VAN DER ZEL

180: 55-60


FORESTRY DEVELOPMENTS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. SOME IMPRESSIONS OF

A.E. SONNTAG

74: 1-5


FORESTRY DEVELOPMENTS IN CHILE AND BRAZIL. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON

A.E. SONNTAG

84: 1-5


FORESTRY EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. PROFESSIONAL

M. GRUT

53: 25-28


FORESTRY EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE BEGINNING OF

3: 108-109


FORESTRY EDUCATION. HYPERMEDIA AND ITS POTENTIAL USE IN

W.J.A. LOUW AND B.V. BREDENKAMP

170: 37-44


FORESTRY EDUCATION. PROFESSIONAL

M. GRUT

81: 17-18


FORESTRY ENTERPRISE. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION PRACTICES IN A COMMERCIAL

R. MCC. POTT

163: 36-39


FORESTRY ENTERPRISE. FINANCIAL BOOKKEEPING AND THE

P. C. DE VILLIERS

28: 6-16


FORESTRY FIRE PRECAUTIONS.

P.J. GERMISHUIZEN

100: 1-13


FORESTRY FOR THE FUTURE.

H.B. RYCROFT

98: 1-2


FORESTRY GUIDE PLAN FOR SOUTH AFRICA. A NATIONAL

A.E. SONNTAG

121: 1


FORESTRY: IMPACT OF SPECIES CHANGE AND SUCCESSIVE ROTATIONS OF PINE IN THE USUTU FOREST, SWAZILAND. SUSTAINABILITY OF PLANTATION

JULIAN EVANS

184: 63-70


FORESTRY IN AN ENERGY-POOR WORLD. SOUTH AFRICAN

WM. KEVIN DARROW

105: 1-7


FORESTRY IN LESOTHO. THE SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR TRAINING IN

W.R. LONG

102: 51-53


FORESTRY IN MADAGASCAR.

M. GRUT

74: 13-16


FORESTRY IN NEW ZEALAND. KAINGAROA FOREST -

R. NELLBECK

52: 18-26


FORESTRY IN NORTHERN RHODESIA. SOME NOTES ON

N. L. KING

22: 34-37


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA AND ITS IMPACT ON BIODIVERSITY. PLANTATION

A. J. ARMSTRONG, G. BENN, A. E. BOWLAND, P. S. GOODMAN, D. N. JOHNSON, A. H. MADDOCK AND C. R. SCOTT-SHAW

182: 59-66


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA AND ITS IMPACT ON BIODIVERSITY AND WATER. PLANTATION

R. MCC. POTT

180: 45-48


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA. HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF

N. L. KING

1: 4-16


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA. BABOON DAMAGE IN PLANTATION

R. C. BIGALKE AND H. J. VAN HENSBERGEN

152: 26-33


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA. POSSIBILITIES OF CO-OPERATIVE

P.P. DU T. DEETLEFS

62: 15-22


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA. CRYPHONECTRIA CANKER OF EUCALYPTUS, AN IMPORTANT DISEASE IN PLANTATION

E. CONRADIE, W. J. SWART AND M. J. WINGFIELD.

152: 43-49


FORESTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE USE AND IMPORTANCE OF HYBRID INTENSIVE

N.P. DENISON AND J.E. KIETZKA

165: 55-60


FORESTRY IN SOUTHERN EUROPE. IMPRESSIONS OF

M. GRUT

45: 19-32


FORESTRY IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA? THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE - IS THERE ROOM FOR

G.A. CELLIER

167: 57-62


FORESTRY IN THE WESTERN CAPE 1652-1872. NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF

MIKAEL GRUT

100: 32-37


FORESTRY IN ZIMBABWE. SETTING RESEARCH PRIORITIES FOR INDIGENOUS AND SOCIAL

E. M. SHUMBA, C. T. MARUNDA, I. B. NYOKA AND D. MARUZANE

181: 29-44


FORESTRY INDUSTRY AND TEN YEARS HENCE. THE PRESENT LABOUR FORCE IN THE

C.W.H. DU TOIT

110: 67-74


FORESTRY INDUSTRY. AGROFORESTRY DEFINED - ITS APPLICABILITY TO THE

M. UNDERWOOD

167: 73-80


FORESTRY INDUSTRY. KEUR (VIRGILIA OROBOIDES): A FEASIBLE INDIGENOUS HARDWOOD FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN

B. E. VAN WYK

122: 49-51


FORESTRY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT. IMPROVING

K. VON GADOW

132: 26-28


FORESTRY LAND DURING INFLATIONARY TIMES. EVALUATING

H.J.E. UYS

156: 7-11


FORESTRY LAND. CLASSIFICATION OF

D.C. GREY

132: 54-57


FORESTRY LEASE SCHEMES.

K. VON GADOW AND H.J.E. UYS

140: 67-71


FORESTRY MODELLING RESEARCH. CONTRIBUTIONS TO

K. VON GADOW AND H.J. VAN HENSBERGEN

140: 44-50


FORESTRY, NATURE CONSERVATION AND LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT. REMOTE SENSING FROM SPACE - PRESENT AND FUTURE APPLICATIONS IN
CHRISTOPH KÄTSCH AND HOLGER VOGT
185: 14-26


FORESTRY ON SIGNAL HILL AND LION'S HEAD, CAPE TOWN. COMMERCIAL

C. JOUBERT

175: 43-54


FORESTRY ON WOOD PRODUCTION FOR SAWNWOOD AND VENEER. THE INFLUENCE OF SHORT ROTATION

C.P. KROMHOUT AND D.L. BOSMAN

130: 11-18


FORESTRY OPERATIONS. A UTILITY MAXIMISING MODEL FOR SCHEDULING

K. VON GADOW

115: 28-32


FORESTRY OPERATIONS. HYDRAULIC LOADERS IN

PETER B.L. LINDGREN

103: 28-31


FORESTRY OUTSOURCING ENVIRONMENT. DECISION MAKING UNDER RISK IN THE

W.J.A. LOUW

188: 51-56


FORESTRY PLANNING IN SOUTH AFRICA. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, SOIL SURVEYS AND LAND CAPABILITY CLASSIFICATION FOR

A.C. VENN AND R.F. LOXTON

90: 18-22


FORESTRY PLANNING SYSTEM. DEVELOPING A COMPUTER-BASED

K. VON GADOW

132: 73-75


FORESTRY PLANNING SYSTEMS. THE DESIGN OF COMPUTER-BASED

K. VON GADOW

121: 64-69


FORESTRY PLANNING. AN EVALUATION OF THE USE OF "GENTAN" PROBABILITIES IN

JOHN H. RANDALL

154: 27-35


FORESTRY PLANNING. ON THE USE OF UNREPLICATED PAIRING IN

K. VON GADOW

139: 15-20


FORESTRY PLANNING. THE PRINCIPLE OF SUSTENTION IN

K. VON GADOW

114: 25-28


FORESTRY PLANTATIONS. SIDE-LOOKING RADAR - A REMOTE SENSING APPLICATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN

A.D. LAMB. N.H. MONNIG AND D.W. VAN DER ZEL

139: 54-59


FORESTRY POLICY. SOME NEW DIRECTIONS IN

D.P. ACKERMAN

68: 1-4


FORESTRY PRACTICE AND OUR GREEN HERITAGE. PRIVATE

J.B. FERGUSON

88: 13-15


FORESTRY PRACTICE ON RUN-OFF. THE EFFECT OF

U.W. NÄNNI

66: 18-22


FORESTRY - PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH COMMUNITIES AS A WHOLE OR THROUGH INTEREST GROUPS? COMMUNITY

C. HAM AND F. THERON

181: 45-50


FORESTRY RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT. DATA CAPTURE IN

D.B. VERSFELD

132: 36-39


FORESTRY RESEARCH AND THE FOREST INDUSTRY.

J.A. STUBBINGS

92: 17-23


FORESTRY RESEARCH AT STELLENBOSCH.

57: 3


FORESTRY RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICA. CO-OPERATION IN FORESTRY AND

C.P. KROMHOUT

141: 3


FORESTRY RESEARCH STATION. OVERLAND FLOW ON SMALL PLOTS AT THE JONKERSHOEK

D.B. VERSVELD

119: 35-40


FORESTRY RESEARCH TO IMPROVE KNOWLEDGE UTILISATION. MANAGEMENT OF

D.L. BOSMAN

120: 29-35


FORESTRY RESEARCH. PART 1. STATISTICAL INFERENCE AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN

A. VAN LAAR

56: 20-30


FORESTRY RESEARCH. REPORT ON AGRO-

G.H. VON DEM BUSSCHE

141: 5


FORESTRY SECTION. COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS IN THE

M. GRUT

94: 4-12


FORESTRY SECTOR. PRESENT AND FUTURE APPLICATIONS OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IN THE

D. W. VAN DER ZEL

132: 46-49


FORESTRY SECTOR? HOW IMPORTANT IS OUR

M. GRUT

48: 12-18


FORESTRY SURGES FORWARD. SOUTH AFRICAN

G.L.F. HARTWIG

83: 1-3


FORESTRY: THE DECISION ANALYSIS. FORMAL MANAGEMENT METHODS IN

K. VON GADOW

118: 7-13


FORESTRY: THE DIET PROBLEM. APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING IN

K VON GADOW AND R.S. WALKER

122: 35-38


FORESTRY - THE DRIS SYSTEM AND ITS POTENTIAL. FOLIAR DIAGNOSIS AND FERTILISER PRESCRIPTION IN

C.J. SCHUTZ AND J.M. DE VILLIERS

141: 6-12


FORESTRY: THE ROLE OF EUCALYPTS AND LESSONS FROM NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL MONOCULTURE SYSTEMS. SUSTAINABLE

D. MUELLER-DOMBOIS

162: 57-60


FORESTRY: THE SITUATION ANALYSIS. FORMAL MANAGEMENT METHODS IN

K. VON GADOW

121: 47-51


FORESTRY THINNING. APPLICATIONS OF NETWORK ANALYSIS IN

K. VON GADOW

115: 56-62


FORESTRY TO WATER RESOURCES. THE RELATION OF FORESTS AND

J.D. HEWLETT

75: 4-8


FORESTRY, UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. EFFECTS OF AFFORESTATION ON WATER SUPPLIES WITH REFERENCE TO BULLETIN NO. 33, DEPARTMENT OF

T. W. GEVERS

19: 67-76


FORESTRY, UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH 1962-1988. SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF FERTILISER RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN BY THE SILVICULTURE SECTION OF THE FACULTY OF

D.G.M. DONALD

153: 77-80


FORESTRY VEHICLES. SMOOTHER, FASTER HANDLING - THE KEY TO INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY IN

MATS ERIKSSON

119: 41-44


FORESTRY WITH POPULUS DELTOIDES

H. CHURCHILL

167: 63-66


FORESTRY. A BUSINESSMAN'S VIEW OF

Z.J. DE BEER

71: 1-4


FORESTRY. A COMPUTERISED SYSTEM FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT AND SILVICULTURAL PLANNING AND CONTROL IN EVEN-AGED PLANTATION

N. O. WESSELS AND H. W. KASSIER

132: 62-64


FORESTRY. A LIST OF EUCALYPTUS LEAF FUNGI AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE TO SOUTH AFRICAN

P.W. CROUS, P.S. KNOX-DAVIES AND M.J. WINGFIELD

149: 17-29


FORESTRY. AERIAL SURVEY AND SOUTH AFRICAN

R.C. BURROWS

90: 11-12


FORESTRY. AN EVALUATION OF THREE METHODS OF MARKING FOR FIRST THINNING IN PLANTATION

V.M. DUBIANSKY

116: 89-92


FORESTRY. AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT AND SILVICULTURAL PLANNING AND CONTROL IN SOUTH AFRICAN STATE

H.W. KASSIER

114: 1-6


FORESTRY. CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL IN

G.R. LYLE

117: 61-64


FORESTRY. CLEANING OPERATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAN

D.G.M. DONALD

137: 38-49


FORESTRY. CO-OPERATIVE

P.P. DU T. DEETLEFS

61: 11-17


FORESTRY. CONSERVATION DEVELOPMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICAN

R. MC C. POTT

177: 51-53


FORESTRY. CONTROL OF WOODY WEEDS IN

G. HEMM

106: 20-26


FORESTRY. ERGONOMIC RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICAN

P.W. WARKOTSCH

171: 53-62


FORESTRY. EVALUATING PUBLIC INVESTMENTS IN

M. GRUT

84: 6-9


FORESTRY. FERTILISATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN

A. P. G. SCHÖNAU

125: 1-19


FORESTRY. FUTURE NEEDS OF MYCORRHIZAL RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICAN

W. J. SWART AND J. M. THERON

153: 31-35


FORESTRY. HYDROLOGICAL RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICAN

C. L. WICHT

16: 4-21


FORESTRY. JOSEPH STORR LISTER, THE FIRST CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN DEPARTMENT OF

MARGERET J. LISTER

29: 10-18


FORESTRY. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN

D.C. GREY

153: 36-40


FORESTRY. MONITORING THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON SITE PRODUCTIVITY IN SOUTH AFRICAN

C.J. SCHUTZ

120: 3-6


FORESTRY. ON THE CONCEPT OF SITE IN

D.C. GREY

113: 81-83


FORESTRY. PART 1. DISTRIBUTABLE PROFITS AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE IN

J. ARMSTRONG

46: 27-35


FORESTRY. PART 1. THE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH IN

A. VAN LAAR

47: 23-33


FORESTRY. PART 2. DISTRIBUTABLE PROFITS AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE IN

J. ARMSTRONG

47: 9-16


FORESTRY. PART 2. THE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH IN

A. VAN LAAR

48: 4-11


FORESTRY. POTENTIAL USES OF THE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH IN SOUTH AFRICAN

A. VAN LAAR

90: 14-17


FORESTRY. PURSUIT OF SUSTAINABLE PLANTATION

E. K. SADANANDAN NAMBIAR

184: 45-62


FORESTRY. SOME IMPRESSIONS OF CANADIAN

H. W. THESEN

23: 56-59


FORESTRY. THE CALCULATION OF PROFITS IN

A. VAN LAAR

45: 6-18


FORESTRY. THE CRITICAL FACULTY IN

C. C. STAPLETON

22: 48-50


FORESTRY. THE ELUSIVE TREE OF FUTURE

C.P. KROMHOUT

135: 31-32


FORESTRY. THE MANAGEMENT OF MOUNTAIN CATCHMENTS BY

C.L. WICHT

77: 6-12


FORESTRY. THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION IN

K. VON GADOW

122: 14-21


FORESTRY. THE PROCLAMATION OF WILDERNESS AREAS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF

D.P. ACKERMAN

82: 19-21


FORESTRY. TOWARDS AN INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR

C. KATSCH AND B.V. BREDENKAMP

178: 73-78


FORESTRY. WILD ANIMALS AND

I. DE VILLIERS

96: 27


FORESTRY. WORLD-WIDE USE OF FERTILISER IN

H. BAULE

94: 13-19


FORESTRY? KAURI PINE - A PLACE IN SOUTH AFRICAN

B.V. BREDENKAMP

116: 17-22


FORESTS AND FORESTRY TO WATER RESOURCES. THE RELATION OF

J.D. HEWLETT

75: 4-8


FORESTS AND MOUNTAIN CATCHMENTS. SEDIMENT CONTROL IN SOUTH AFRICAN

J.M. BOSCH AND J.D. HEWLETT

115: 50-55


FORESTS AND THE NEED TO PLANT FOREST TREES FOR EFFECTIVE SOIL CONSERVATION IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE CONSERVATION OF EXISTING

W. E. WATT

15: 8-10


FORESTS AND THE WOODCUTTER PROBLEM. THE KNYSNA

N. L. KING

3: 7-15


FORESTS AND WOODLAND IN THE KINGDOM OF LESOTHO. INDIGENOUS

A.D. LESLIE

158: 97-104


FORESTS AND WOODLANDS IN THE SARCCUS REGION: NAMIBIA. INVENTORY OF INDIGENOUS

R. HILBERT

158: 77-80


FORESTS FOR MANAGEMENT PURPOSES. INVENTORY OF SOUTH AFRICAN NATURAL

A.H.W. SEYDACK

158: 105-108


FORESTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT. GROWTH OF SEVEN-WEEKS FERN (RUMOHRA ADIANTIFORMIS) IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE

S. J. MILTON

143: 1-4


FORESTS IN 1960. NOTES ON A TOUR OF WELSH

T. E. O. ANDREWS

38: 11-16


FORESTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. NURSERY AND ESTABLISHMENT TECHNIQUES AS FACTORS IN PRODUCTIVITY OF MAN-MADE

D.G.M. DONALD

109: 19-25


FORESTS IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. DISTRIBUTION, SIZE AND OWNERSHIP OF

C.J. GELDENHUYS

158: 51-66


FORESTS IN THE TRANSVAAL WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INVENTORY AND MONITORING SYSTEMS. INDIGENOUS HIGH

C.H. VON DEM BUSSCHE

158: 109-111


FORESTS MANAGEMENT: FROM INFORMATION TO IMPLEMENTATION. A CHALLENGE OF INDIGENOUS

A.H.W. SEYDACK

178: 47-52


FORESTS OF SOUTH AFRICA: POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION. THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL PLANTATION

F. J. KRUGER AND D.A. EVERARD

179: 39-44


FORESTS OF SOUTH AFRICA. THE EXPLOITATION OF THE INDIGENOUS

N. L. KING

6: 26-48


FORESTS OF THE KNYSNA REGION. A KEY TO THE TREES AND WOODY SHRUBS OF THE

E. E. M. LOOCK

20: 81-105


FORESTS OF THE OKAVANGO NATIVE TERRITORY.

J. D. M. KEET

19: 77-88

FORESTS ON TABLE MOUNTAIN. THE ECOLOGICAL STATUS OF THE UNDERSTOREY COMMUNITIES OF PINE

R.M. COWLING, E.J. MOLL AND B.M. CAMPBELL

99: 13-24


FORESTS - PRELIMINARY RESULTS. INSECT DAMAGE TO TIMBERS FROM THE INDIGENOUS

J.B. ZWOLINSKI AND C.J.GELDENHUYS

146: 7-11


FORESTS WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO YIELD REGULATION. A MAINFRAME PLANNING SYSTEM FOR SHORT-ROTATION INDUSTRIAL

V.M. DUBIANSKY

132: 65-68


FORESTS. CAMBIAL ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE AS AN INDICATOR OF TREE GROWTH IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE INDIGENOUS

J. C. VAN DAALEN

146: 44-50


FORESTS. DECLINE AND MORTALITY OF OCOTEA BULLATA TREES IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE

W. A . LUBBE AND C. J. GELDENHUYS

154: 7-14


FORESTS. FOUR NATAL

DR. E.J. MOLL

104: 25-34


FORESTS. FYNBOS ISLANDS IN THE KNYSNA

M.J. CAMERON

112: 27-29


FORESTS. MULTIPLE RESOURCE UTILISATION DEVELOPMENTS IN MONDI

R. MCC. POTT

175: 55-58


FORESTS. NOTES ON SOME LANGEBERG

THUNBERG AND J. J. KOTZE

5: 32-40


FORESTS. NOTES ON THE SYLVICULTURE OF THE INDIGENOUS

F. S. LAUGHTON

8: 24-36


FORESTS. PELLET COUNT OF BLUE DUIKER AND BUSHBUCK IN THE KNYSNA

K. VON GADOW

107: 77-81


FORESTS. RATE OF OCOTEA BULLATA DECLINE IN ASSOCIATION WITH PHYTOPHTORA CINNAMOMI AT THREE STUDY SITES IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE INDIGENOUS

W.A. LUBBE AND G.P. MOSTERT

159: 17-24


FORESTS. THE APPLIED CLONAL EUCALYPT PROGRAMME IN MONDI

N.P. DENISON AND D.R. QUAILE

142: 60-67


FORESTS. THE CAUSES AND SIZES OF CANOPY GAPS IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE

C.J. GELDENHUYS AND W. MALIEPAARD

124: 50-55


FORESTS. THE CULLING OF LARGE, NON-UTILISABLE TREES IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE

C.J. GELDENHUYS

120: 55-62


FORESTS. THE EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT FOR TIMBER PRODUCTION ON FLORISTICS AND GROWING STOCK IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE INDIGENOUS

C.J. GELDENHUYS

113: 6-15


FORESTS. THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SOUTHERN CAPE

C.J. GELDENHUYS

121: 4-10


FORESTS. THE SOUTHERN CAPE

E. MOLL.

127: 31-34


FORESTS. YIELD REGULATION IN THE KNYSNA

A.H.W. SEYDACK, J.C. VAN DAALEN, D. VAN DIJK, D. REYNELL, H. HEYNS, A. JOOSTE, M. FERGUSON, W. PITCHFORD, G. DURRHEIM AND D. WILLEMS

152: 50-61


FOREWORD.

A.J. RAUBENHEIMER

108: 1


FOREWORD.

A. VAN LAAR.

123: 1-2


FORM AS GROWTH INDICATORS IN MIXED EVERGREEN FOREST. THE VALUE OF CROWN POSITION AND CROWN

J.C. VAN DAALEN

165: 29-36


FORM OF EUCALYPTUS CLOEZIANA. FORM QUOTIENTS AND STEM

A. VAN LAAR

133: 18-23


FORM OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. FORM QUOTIENTS AND STEM

A . VAN LAAR AND A . P. G. SCHÖNAU

144: 33-35


FORM OF INTERNAL RETURN. A

H.J.E. UYS

154: 24-26


FORM OF THE FINAL CROP IN IMPROVED PINUS TAEDA. ROW THINNINGS DO NOT ADVERSELY AFFECT YIELDS OR

B.V. BREDENKAMP

131: 28-33


FORM QUOTIENTS AND STEM FORM OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS.

A . VAN LAAR AND A . P. G. SCHÖNAU

144: 33-35


FORM QUOTIENTS AND STEM FORM OF EUCALYPTUS CLOEZIANA.

A. VAN LAAR

133: 18-23


FORMAL MANAGEMENT METHODS IN FORESTRY: THE SITUATION ANALYSIS.

K. VON GADOW

121: 47-51


FORMAL MANAGEMENT METHODS IN FORESTRY: THE DECISION ANALYSIS.

K. VON GADOW

118: 7-13


FORMALDEHIED VRYGESTEL UIT BORDPRODUKTE. KWANTIFISERING VAN

J.D. VAN ZYL

162: 53-56


FORMALDEHYDE) ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS AND PINUS ELLIOTTI. THE EFFECT OF NITROACTA (UREA

R. F. LOXTON AND D. G. M. DONALD

142: 68-70


FORMALDEHYDE) ON THE SURVIVAL AND GROWTH OF PINUS ELLIOTTII. THE EFFECTS OF NITROACTA (UREA

D. G. M. DONALD AND L . B. VISSER

151: 36-38


FORMATION IN PINUS TAEDA. EFFECTS OF L-NAPTHALENEACETIC ACID (NAA) AND GIBBERELLIN A3 (GA3) ON ABNORMAL WOOD

B. HERMAN

144: 30-32


FORMATION IN PINUS TAEDA. ABNORMAL WOOD

B. HERMAN

144: 23-29


FORMER AGRICULTURAL SITES THROUGH FERTILISATION: A BIOASSAY AND GREENHOUSE STUDY. THE AMELIORATION OF PINUS PATULA MORTALITY ON

A.D. NOBLE AND A.W. SCHUMANN

164: 35-42


FORMER TRANSKEI. SURVEY OF INDIGENOUS TREE USES AND PREFERENCES IN THE

H. VAN ECK AND C. HAM

180: 61-64


FORMOSANA, A. RUBRA, CALOCEDRUS FORMOSANA, CUNNINGHAMIA LANCEOLATA AND TIAWANIA CRYPTOMERIOIDES. THREE-YEAR RESULTS FROM PROVENANCE TRIALS OF ALNUS

J.B. ZWOLINSKI

146: 34-37


FORMOSANA, CUNNINGHAMIA LANCEOLATA AND TIAWANIA CRYPTOMERIOIDES. THREE-YEAR RESULTS FROM PROVENANCE TRIALS OF ALNUS FORMOSANA, A. RUBRA, CALOCEDRUS

J.B. ZWOLINSKI

146: 34-37


FORMULA FOR A DYNAMIC FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT. ADJUSTING FAUSTMANN'S

H.J.E. UYS

148: 18-22


FORMULA FOR PINUS PATULA. A THINNING

J.D.M. KEET

62: 9-14


FORMULA FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY ENVIRONMENT. ADJUSTING FAUSTMANN'S

E. UYS

188: 17-20


FORSYTH G.G., D.M. RICHARDSON, AND I. A. W. MACDONALD

149: 1-8


FORT COX, ALICE DISTRICT, EASTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA. PREY OF THE AFRICAN SCOPS OWL OTUS SENEGALENSIS AT

J.E.W. DIXON

170: 31-32


FORWARDER. THE TRACTOR-TRAILER CONCEPT AS A TIMBER

NOLAN S. SMITH

103: 43-54


FOSTER, G.S. AND D.B. SOUTH

165: 41-46


FOUR HALF-SIB FAMILY TRIALS OF PINUS PATULA (SCHIEDE ET DEPPE IN SCHLECHTENDAL ET CHAMISSO) IN SOUTH AFRICA. EARLY ASSESSMENT OF

E.R. FALKENHAGEN

109: 7-13


FOUR NATAL FORESTS.

DR. E.J. MOLL

104: 25-34


FOUR PINE SPECIES. THE EFFECT OF STORAGE TIME, TEMPERATURE AND CONTAINER ON THE VIABILITY OF THE SEED OF

D. C. M. DONALD AND C. B. JACOBS

154: 41-46


FOUR TREES OF SOUTH AFRICAN GROWN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS (HILL EX MAIDEN). WOOD DENSITY VARIATION IN

F.S. MALAN

144: 36-42


FOUR-YEAR-OLD EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS AND E. GRANDIS HYBRIDS. EFFECT OF GENOTYPE-BY-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION ON THE WOOD PROPERTIES AND QUALITIES OF

F.S. MALAN AND S.D. VERRYN

176: 47-54


FOURCADE. THE PHENOMENAL DR

C. D. STORRAR

146: 73-83


FOURTEEN-YEAR PERFORMANCE OF EUCALYPTUS SPECIES/PROVENANCES, CASUARINA EQUISETIFOLIA, LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA AND SENNA SIAMEA AT MICHAFUTENE, MOZAMBIQUE.

A. G. MUGASHA, P. A. WATE AND S. A. O. CHAMSHAMA

182: 27-40


FOY T. J. AND C. B. WILLIS

181: 33-38


FRACTIONS. THE PERSISTENCE OF TERMITE RESISTANCE OF CREOSOTE AND ITS CONSTITUENT

P. J. A. LOSEBY AND P. M. D. KROGH

11: 26-32


FRAGMENT IN THE MPUMALANGA PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. SPECIES COMPOSITION AND PHYTOGEOGRAPHICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF AN AFROMONTANE FOREST

T.L. MORGENTHAL AND S.S. CILLIERS

189: 81-102


FRAME SAW AND ITS USE IN SAWMILLING. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE

K. S. JUVONEN

35: 12-19


FRANKIA, PHOSPHATE AND SOIL TYPE ON NODULATION AND GROWTH OF CASUARINA CUNNINGHAMIANA IN ZIMBABWE. EFFECT OF

A.J. MASUKA AND J. MAKONI

172: 13-18


FREE STATE AND THE REPUBLIC OF TRANSKEI. FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH PINUS IN SOUTH AFRICA, PART III. NATAL, THE ORANGE

J.E. LUNDQUIST

143: 11-19


FREEZE INJURY TO PINUS TAEDA AND P. ELLIOTTII SEEDLINGS. EFFECT OF NURSERY CULTURE AND BUD STATUS ON

DAVID B. SOUTH, D.G.M. DONALD AND J.L. RAKESTRAW

166: 37-46


FREQUENCIES. THE IDENTITY OF TREES CURRENTLY KNOWN AS EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA BASED ON ISOZYME

I.P. BURGESS, J.C. BELL AND G. VAN WYK

135: 24-30


FREQUENCY FIELD. HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING OF WOOD. PART 3: DRYING OF WOOD IN A HIGH

H.F. VERMAAS

84: 25-27


FREQUENCY HEATING OF WOOD. PART 2: DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF PINUS PINASTER. HIGH

H.F. VERMAAS

82: 16-19


FREQUENCY HEATING OF WOOD. PART 3: DRYING OF WOOD IN A HIGH FREQUENCY FIELD. HIGH

H.F. VERMAAS

84: 25-27


FREQUENCY HEATING OF WOOD. PART 1: A REVIEW OF GENERAL PRINCIPLES. HIGH

H.F. VERMAAS

81: 13-16


FREQUENCY OF VELD FIRES IN THE GROOT SWARTBERG MOUNTAIN CATCHMENT AREA, CAPE PROVINCE. THE

I.P. HORNE

118: 56-60


FREQUENCY ON FYNBOS PLANT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE AT JONKERSHOEK, STELLENBOSCH. SOME EFFECTS OF FIRE

B.W. VAN WILGEN

118: 42-55


FREQUENT ENVIRONMENT. COMPARISON OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS PROVENANCES AND SEED ORCHARDS IN A FROST

D.L. ROCKWOOD AND G.F. MESKIMEN

159: 51-60


FRESHWATER FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART III: STOCKING DAMS AND RESERVOIRS. PART IV: THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF INLAND FISHERIES. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF

D. HEY

8: 4-23


FRESHWATER FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART II: STOCKING RIVERS AND STREAMS. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF

D. HEY

7: 5-33


FRESHWATER FISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF

D. HEY

6: 4-25


FRESHWATER GAME FISH IN THE CAPE PROVINCE AND ITS RELATION TO FOREST AREAS. THE ACCLIMATIZATION OF

A. CECIL HARRISON

4: 5-14


FRIBRIL BEHAVIOUR AS DISCLOSED BY SHRINKAGE OBSERVATIONS.

JOHN M. TURNBULL

5: 62-72


FROST FREQUENT ENVIRONMENT. COMPARISON OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS PROVENANCES AND SEED ORCHARDS IN A

D.L. ROCKWOOD AND G.F. MESKIMEN

159: 51-60


FROST KILL IN A SIX-MONTH-OLD PROVENANCE TRIAL OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS HILL EX MAIDEN AND E. SALIGNA SM. IN RHODESIA.

L.J. MULLIN AND R.D. BARNES

102: 88-89


FROST-RESISTANT EUCALYPTS IN SOUTH AFRICA. PROVENANCE STUDIES OF

WM. K. DARROW

129: 31-39


FRUITING PODOCARPUS FALCATUS IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. THE EFFECT OF RODENT GRANIVORY ON RECRUITMENT OF THE IRREGULARLY

J.H. KOEN

159: 25-28


FRUITS FOR LONG-TERM CONTROL OF SOLANUM MAURITIANUM. UTILISATION OF SOLASODINE FROM

P. L. CAMPBELL AND J. VAN STADEN

155: 57-60


FUEL AND POLE SUPPLIES FOR RURAL POPULATIONS.

JOHN CASEY

117: 2-5


FUEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR PLANTATIONS IN THE CAPE. CONTROLLED BURNING UNDER PINES - A PRELIMINARY

C. DE RONDE

113: 84-86


FUEL FROM WOOD. THE POTENTIAL IN SOUTH AFRICA FOR OBTAINING

D.C.F. GARBUTT AND P.V. VAN BREDA

111: 54-57


FUEL IN SOUTH AFRICA. WOOD AS A SOURCE OF

M.V. GANDAR

129: 1-9


FUEL MODEL FOR FIRE DANGER RATING IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS, PART 1. A

B.W. VAN WILGEN

131: 13-17

B.W. VAN WILGEN

129: 61-65


FUEL MOISTURE FOR FIRE BEHAVIOUR PREDICTIONS. A COMPARISON OF PROCEDURES TO ESTIMATE FINE DEAD

R.E. BURGAN

142: 34-40


FUEL - SOUTH AFRICAN CASE EXAMPLE OF A PROGRAMME FOR APPLYING TECHNOLOGY. INTRODUCTION OF PRODUCER GAS AS AN ALTERNATIVE

H. SCHARFETTER AND W.T. GORE

120: 45-49


FUEL-WOOD AND POLES RESEARCH PROJECT IN MALAWI: A GENERAL ACCOUNT. RURAL

R.S.W. NKAONJA

117: 19-21


FUEL-WOOD AND POLES AND PLANTATION REQUIREMENTS IN THE TRIBAL TRUST LANDS OF ZIMBABWE RHODESIA. ESTIMATING INDIGENOUS RESOURCES FOR

C.K. FURNESS

117: 6-9


FUEL-WOOD AND THE COST OF COAL IN ZIMBABWE RHODESIA. A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE COST OF GROWING EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS FOR

P.F. BANKS AND H.R.R. METELERKAMP

117: 16-18


FUEL-WOOD FOR RURAL POPULATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. SUPPLY OF

P.J. LE ROUX

117: 22-27


FUEL-WOOD REQUIREMENTS OF TRIBAL TRUST LAND POPULATIONS IN ZIMBABWE RHODESIA: A REVIEW OF PAST AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT. THE PLANTING OF WOODLOTS FOR THE

P.F. BANKS

117: 13-15


FUEL-WOOD USAGE AND CONSUMPTION IN AFRICAN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS IN ZIMBABWE RHODESIA. SOME ASPECTS OF

C.K. FURNESS

117:10-12


FUEL. A BRIEF SURVEY OF SOUTH AFRICA'S ENERGY POSITION AND THE PART THAT THE FOREST INDUSTRY CAN PLAY AS A RENEWABLE SOURCE OF LIQUID

P.V. VAN BREDA

111: 2-6


FUELWOOD CALORIFIC VALUES IN SOUTH AFRICA.

A.A. EBERHARD

152: 17-22


FUELWOOD PRODUCTION IN SOUTH AFRICA. TREE SPECIES FOR

R.J. POYNTON

131: 18-21


FUELWOODS. COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS OF

M. DAVIS AND A.A. EBERHARD

158: 17-22


FUGGLE R.F. AND S. R. JUHNKE

142: 41-46


FUGLER S.R.

120: 63-68


FULL-SIB FAMILIES OF SOUTH AFRICAN GROWN EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. GENETIC VARIATION IN SOME GROWTH AND WOOD PROPERTIES AMONG 18

F.S. MALAN

146: 38-43


FULL-TREE HARVESTING. THE HARVESTING OF A GREATER PART OF THE FOREST BIOMASS:

A.J. DU TOIT

114: 58-63


FULS, A., J.C. VAN DAALEN, J.C. VOGEL, F.S. MALAN

162: 1-8


FUNCTION AND NEEDS OF INDUSTRIAL FORESTRY RESEARCH TO OPTIMISE LAND MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA.

J. ZWOLINSKI

183: 36-46


FUNCTION. ESTIMATING LOG YIELDS WITH A MODIFIED WEIBULL

K VON GADOW

131: 69-71


FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERHEATED STEAM AND SUPERHEATED VAPOUR DRYING.

H.F. VERMAAS

142: 17-23


FUNGAL AGENTS ON IN VITRO CULTURES OF EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS. EFFECT OF ANTI-

M.P. WATT, B.A. GAUNTLETT AND F.C. BLAKEWAY

175: 23-28


FUNGAL DISEASES ATTACKING PINES AND EUCALYPTS IN SOUTH AFRICA. TWO HITHERTO UNRECORDED

H. A. LÜCKHOFF

26: 47-61


FUNGAL LEAF PATHOGENS OF EUCALYPTUS AND THE DISEASES THEY CAUSE IN SOUTH AFRICA. A SUMMARY OF

P.W. CROUS, P.S. KNOX-DAVIES AND M.J. WINGFIELD

149: 9-16


FUNGAL PATHOGENS IN PINUS AND EUCALYPTUS SEEDLING NURSERIES IN SOUTH AFRICA: A REVIEW

A. VILJOEN, M.J. WINGFIELD AND P.W. CROUS

161: 45-51


FUNGAL SYMBIONTS OF ECTOTROPHIC MYCORRHIZAE OF PINES IN SOUTH AFRICA. SOME

G. C.A. VAN DER WESTHUIZEN AND A. EICKER

143: 20-24


FUNGI AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE TO SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY. A LIST OF EUCALYPTUS LEAF

P.W. CROUS, P.S. KNOX-DAVIES AND M.J. WINGFIELD

149: 17-29


FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH DAMPING-OFF IN CONIFEROUS SEEDLINGS.

J.M. DARVAS, D.B. SCOTT AND J.M. KOTZE

104: 15-19


FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH EUCALYPTUS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

J.E. LUNDQUIST AND A.P. BAXTER

135: 9-19


FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH PINUS IN SOUTH AFRICA, PART III. NATAL, THE ORANGE FREE STATE AND THE REPUBLIC OF TRANSKEI.

J.E. LUNDQUIST

143: 11-19


FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH PINUS IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART II. THE CAPE.

J.E. LUNDQUIST

140: 4-15


FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH PINUS IN SOUTH AFRICA. PART 1. THE TRANSVAAL.

J.E. LUNDQUIST

138: 1-14


FUNGI OF EUCALYPTUS SPP. FROM EASTERN MADAGASCAR: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA. FOLIICOLOUS

P.W. CROUS AND W.J. SWART

172: 1-6


FUNGI ON SUBMERGED WOOD. LIGNICOLOUS MARINE

DR. G.J.M.R. GORTER

104: 11-14


FUNGI. THE PROTECTION OF PLYWOOD AND COMPOSITE BOARDS AGAINST WOODBORERS AND WOOD-DESTROYING

J.H.R. VAN DER SIJDE

113: 62-64


FUNGICIDES. SOME ASPECTS OF THE BIOLOGY OF DIPLODIA PINEA IN RELATION TO ITS CONTROL BY

G.C.A. VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

65: 6-14


FUNGUS OF PINE SEEDLINGS IN AN EASTERN TRANSVAAL NURSERY. AN ECTOMYCORRHIZAL

J. V. VAN GREUNING AND G. C. A. VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

155: 1-4


FURNESS C.K.

117: 6-9


FURNESS C.K.

117:10-12


FURNITURE AND JOINERY TIMBER IN THE TRANSVAAL. PART I: PLANNING AND PROGRESS. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HARDWOOD PLANTATIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF

G.H. VON DEM BUSSCHE

121: 11-16


FURNITURE AND JOINERY TIMBER IN THE TRANSVAAL. PART II: SILVICULTURE. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HARDWOOD PLANTATIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF

G.H. VON DEM BUSSCHE

121: 17-23


FURNITURE AND JOINERY. VARIATION THROUGHOUT THE YEAR IN THE MOISTURE CONTENT OF WOOD MANUFACTURED INTO

J. H. VAN WYK

30: 40-43


FURNITURE TIMBER FROM NATURAL RAIN FOREST IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. HELICOPTER LOGGING OF VALUABLE

T.C. STEHLE

155: 51-53


FURNITURE TIMBER FROM SOUTH AFRICA. PAU MARFIM-A

S.T. COETZEE

131: 72-74


FURNITURE WOODS. SOUTH AFRICAN GROWN

M. H. SCOTT

1: 41-46


FURROW AT JONKERSHOEK. THE EFFECT OF RIPARIAN VEGETATION ON WATER LOSS FROM AN IRRIGATION

H. B. RYCROFT

26: 2-9


FURTHER EVIDENCE ON BURNING VERSUS NON-BURNING IN WATTLE SILVICULTURE.

J. S. BEARD

38: 7-10


FURZE M.J. AND C.F. CRESSWELL

135: 20-23


FUTURE APPLICATIONS OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IN THE FORESTRY SECTOR. PRESENT AND

D. W. VAN DER ZEL

132: 46-49


FUTURE DEMAND FOR WOOD. MEETING SOUTH AFRICA'S

D.P. ACKERMAN

88: 9-12


FUTURE DEVELOPMENT. THE PLANTING OF WOODLOTS FOR THE FUEL-WOOD REQUIREMENTS OF TRIBAL TRUST LAND POPULATIONS IN ZIMBABWE RHODESIA: A REVIEW OF PAST AND

P.F. BANKS

117: 13-15


FUTURE FIBRE RESOURCES IN THE PULP AND PAPER-MAKING INDUSTRY. IMPACT OF WOOD QUALITY ASSESSMENTS ON

J.A. WRIGHT

157: 96-99


FUTURE FORESTRY. THE ELUSIVE TREE OF

C.P. KROMHOUT

135: 31-32


FUTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA. HARDWOOD SAWMILLING CAN HAVE A BRIGHT

DR J. L. VAN WYK

107: 47-53


FUTURE NEEDS OF MYCORRHIZAL RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICAN FORESTRY.

W. J. SWART AND J. M. THERON

153: 31-35


FUTURE. FORESTRY FOR THE

H.B. RYCROFT

98: 1-2


FUTURE. SUSTAINABLE HARVESTING OF TIMBER FROM WOODLANDS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: CHALLENGES FOR THE

C.J. GELDENHUYS

178: 59-72


FUTURE. TIMBER HARVESTING IN SOUTH AFRICA - PAST, PRESENT,

P.W. WARKOTSCH

153: 55-63


FUTURE? PAULOWNIA - THE TREE OF THE

D. C. M. DONALD

154: 94-98


FYNBOS "ISLANDS": ORIGINS AND CONSERVATION. KNYSNA

J. J. MIDGLEY AND W. J. BOND

153: 18-21


FYNBOS (MACCHIA) VEGETATION TYPES? WHY ARE MYRMECOCHOROUS PLANTS LIMITED TO

G. J. BREYTENBACH

144: 3-5


FYNBOS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN MOUNTAIN CATCHMENTS. THE EFFECTS OF FIRE IN FELLED HAKEA SERICEA AND NATURAL

D.M. RICHARDSON AND B.W. VAN WILGEN

139: 4-14


FYNBOS AREAS OF THE SOUTH-WESTERN CAPE. AN ANALYSIS OF FIRES AND ASSOCIATED WEATHER FACTORS IN MOUNTAIN

B.W. VAN WILGEN

119: 29-34


FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS, PART 1. A FUEL MODEL FOR FIRE DANGER RATING IN THE

B.W. VAN WILGEN

131: 13-17

B.W. VAN WILGEN

129: 61-65


FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO FYNBOS CONDITIONS. PART 2: HISTORIC FIRE DANGER IN THE

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND R.E. BURGAN

129: 66-78


FYNBOS BIOME. REDUCTION IN PLANT SPECIES RICHNESS UNDER STANDS OF ALIEN TREES AND SHRUBS IN THE

D.M. RICHARDSON, I.A. W. MACDONALD AND G. G. FORSYTH

149: 1-8


FYNBOS BIOME. THE CONTROL OF PINUS PINASTER IN THE

D.G.M. DONALD..

123: 3-7


FYNBOS CATCHMENT AREAS. FACTORS INFLUENCING BURNING BY PRESCRIPTION IN MOUNTAIN

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND D.M. RICHARDSON

134: 22-32


FYNBOS CONDITIONS, PART 1. A FUEL MODEL FOR FIRE DANGER RATING IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO

B.W. VAN WILGEN

131: 13-17

B.W. VAN WILGEN

129: 61-65


FYNBOS CONDITIONS. PART 2: HISTORIC FIRE DANGER IN THE FYNBOS BIOME. ADAPTATION OF THE UNITED STATES FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM TO

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND R.E. BURGAN

129: 66-78


FYNBOS ECOSYSTEMS? ALIEN CONTROL: CAN WE AFFORD TO SLASH AND BURN HAKEA IN

G.J. BREYTENBACH

151: 6-16


FYNBOS ECOTONE IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE. THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDIGENOUS FOREST-

J.C. VAN DAALEN

119: 14-23


FYNBOS ECOTONE. COMPARATIVE SOIL BULK DENSITY DETERMINATION IN THE SOUTHERN CAPE FOREST-

J.C. VAN DAALEN

118: 82-85


FYNBOS IN THE ABSENCE OF RECURRENT FIRE AT ORANGE KLOOF, CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. THE FACTORS AFFECTING FOREST COLONISATION OF

P.H. MASSON AND E.J. MOLL

143: 5-10


FYNBOS IN THE SWARTBERG, SOUTHERN CAPE. FIRE AND SENESCENT

W. BOND

114: 68-71


FYNBOS ISLANDS IN THE KNYSNA FORESTS.

M.J. CAMERON

112: 27-29


FYNBOS MANAGEMENT. THE EFFECT OF SEASON OF FIRE ON SEROTINOUS PROTAECEAE IN THE WESTERN CAPE AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND M. VIVIERS

133: 49-53


FYNBOS MOUNTAIN CATCHMENT AREAS. FIRE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS IN

A.H.W. SEYDACK

161: 53-58


FYNBOS PLANT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE AT JONKERSHOEK, STELLENBOSCH. SOME EFFECTS OF FIRE FREQUENCY ON

B.W. VAN WILGEN

118: 42-55


FYNBOS VEGETATION AND THE ROLE OF FIRE IN NUTRIENT CYCLING. PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES OF NUTRIENT LEVELS IN

B.W. VAN WILGEN AND D.C. LE MAITRE

119: 24-28


FYNBOS VEGETATION. TEBUTHIURON AS A SELECTIVE HERBICIDE FOR THE CONTROL OF HAKEA GIBBOSA (PROTEACEAE) IN MOUNTAIN

R.L. KLUGE, C.R. MARSHALL AND M.W. SIEBERT

140: 35-38


FYNBOS VIR WEIDING EN DIE PROBLEME WAT DIT SKEP. DIE GEBRUIK VAN DIE KAAPSE

G. H. IE ROUX

146: 51-54


FYNBOS. SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF AN AUTUMN FIRE ON SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS IN SOUTHERN CAPE COASTAL MOUNTAIN

J. J. MIDGLEY AND P. CLAYTON

153: 27-30


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