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Article

Settle, D.J., Page, T., Bush, D., Doran, J., Sethy, M., and Viji, I. (2012) Basic density, diameter and radial variation of Vanuatu Whitewood (Endospermum medullosum): potential for breeding in a low density, tropical hardwood. International Forestry Review, 14 (4). pp. 463-475.

de la Torre , Amanda, López, Cesar, Yglesias, Eliana, and Cornelius, Jonathan P. (2008) Genetic (AFLP) diversity of nine Cedrela odorata populations in Madre de Dios, southern Peruvian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management, 255 (2). pp. 334-339.

Thwaites, Robin (2002) Spatial terrain analysis for matching native tree species to sites: a methodology. New Forests, 24 (2). pp. 81-95.

Hilbert, David W., Ostendorf, Bertram, and Hopkins, Mike S. (2001) Sensitivity of tropical forests to climate change in the humid tropics of north Queensland. Austral Ecology, 26 (6). pp. 590-603.

Davies, Kendi F., Melbourne, Brett A., and Margules, Chris R. (2001) Effects of within- and between-patch processes on community dynamics in a fragmentation experiment. Ecology, 82 (7). pp. 1830-1846.

Book Chapter

Cornelius, J.P., Wightman, K.E., Grogan, J.E., and Ward, S.E. (2004) Swietenia (American mahogany). In: Burley, J, Evans, J, and Youngquist, J, (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Forest Science. Elsevier , pp. 1720-1726.

Conference Item

Herbohn, John , Emtage, Nick , Harrison, Steve , Smorfitt, Dave, and Slaughter, Geoff (2005) The importance of considering social issues in reforestation schemes. In: Proceedings of Reforestation in the Tropics and Subtropics of Australia: Using rainforest tree species, pp. 224-244. From: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Workshop, June 2003, University of Queensland, QLD, Australia.

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