Forest Research: Open Access

Forest Research: Open Access
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Forest Research: Open Access [62 Articles]

The articles published in Forest Research: Open Access have been cited 62 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Forest Research: Open Access.

Maiti R, Rodriguez HG, Gonzalez Diaz JC (2016) Duenas Tijerina HA, Flores C, Allejandro A, Kumari A, Sarkar NC. Comparative Wood Anatomy of 20 Woody Plant Species in Northeastern Mexico and its Significance. International Journal of Bio-Resource & Stress Management. 1:7.

Rodriguez HG, Maiti R, Kumari A, Sarkar NC (2016) Variability in Wood Density and Wood Fibre Characterization of Woody Species and Their Possible Utility in Northeastern Mexico. American Journal of Plant Sciences 7:1139.

Maiti R, Gonzalez Rodriguez H, Kumari A, Sarkar NC (2016) Research Advances on Experimental Biology of Woody Plants of A Tamaulipan Thorn Scrub, Northeastern Mexico and Research Needs. International Journal of Bio-Resource & Stress Management 7.

de Azevedo CP, de Souza AL, de Jesus RM (1995) PREDI√ɬá√ɬÉO DO INGRESSO TOTAL DE UM POVOAMENTO FLORESTAL INEQUI√ɬāNEO NA MATA ATL√ɬāNTICA. Revista Arvore 19:50.

Khatouri M, Dennis B(1990) Growth-and-yield model for uneven-aged Cedrus atlantica stands in Morocco. Forest Ecology and Management.36:253-66.

Hyink DM, Moser JW (1983) A generalized framework for projecting forest yield and stand structure using diameter distributions. Forest Science 29:85-95.

Buongiorno J, Michie BR (1980) A matrix model of uneven-aged forest management. Forest Science 26:609-25.

Pramanik MK(2004) Changes and status of mangrove habitat in Ganges delta: case study in Indian part of Sundarbans. International Journal of Geology, Earth & Environmental Sciences 4:109-18.

Gawali A, Wagh R, Sonawane C (2015) Evaluation of genetic variability and correlation in pod and seed traits of Pongamia pinnata (L.) Pierre. germplasm for genetic tree improvement. Forest Research: Open Access 4.

Ferrenberg S, Martinez AS, Faist AM (2016) Aboveground and belowground arthropods experience different relative influences of stochastic versus deterministic community assembly processes following disturbance. PeerJ 4: 25-45.

Ferrenberg S (2016) Landscape features and processes influencing forest pest dynamics. Current Landscape Ecology Reports 1: 19-29.

Qureshimatva UM, Maurya RR, Gamit SB Solanki HA. (2016) Check List of Flowering Plants in Panchmahal District, Gujarat. India. Forest Res 5: 2.

Elamin EE (2007) Effect of air drying, solar-assisted drying and sticker thickness on mahogany (Khaya senegalensis) wood.


Jackson EA (2016) Phronesis and Resource Curse Hypothesis in Post-Independent Sierra Leone.

Jackson EA. (2016). Phronesis and Hermeneutics: The Construct of Social/Economic Phenomenon and their Interpretation for a Sustainable Society.

Jackson EA. (2015) Ethnographic Narrative of Forest Decline in the Goderich Community: The People's Perspectives. 

Jackson EA (2015) Ethnographic Narrative of Forest Decline in the Goderich Community: The People's Perspectives.

Jackson EA (2016) Ontological and Epistemological Discourse (s) on Sustainable Development: Perspective on Sierra Leone in the Aftermath of a Decade of Civil Unrest.

Amri I, Hanana M, Gargouri S, Jamoussi B, Hamrouni L. (2013). Comparative study of two coniferous species (Pinus pinaster Aiton and Cupressus sempervirens L. var. dupreziana [A. Camus] Silba) essential oils: chemical composition and biological activity. Chilean journal of agricultural research 73:259-266.

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