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The Thin Green Line

The Thin Green Line symposium was held July 26-28, 2005 in Thunder Bay, Ontario and focused on the State-of-the-Art in Reforestation.

The Thin Green Line Proceedings
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Challenges and Successes in Regeneration Practices in The Northern Mediterranean Basin
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Applying an Understanding of Stand and Competition Dynamics For Natural Regeneration and Achievement of Alternative End Products: Examples From Western Canadian Mixedwood Forests
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Successful Stock Production for Forest Regeneration: What Foresters Should Ask Nursery Managers About Their Crops (and Vice Versa)
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Making Ends Meet in the Forest Nursery Business
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Growing A Stronger, Greener Ontario
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Top 10 Principles for Managing Competing Vegetation to Maximize Regeneration Success and Long-Term Yields
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Regeneration Practices in Scandinavia: State-of-the-Art and New Trends
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Forest Regeneration Trends: Dinosaurs, Political Correctness, and the Future
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Assessing Plant Quality for Afforestation and Reforestation in Lombardy
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Afforestation in the Central Hardwood Forest Region of the USA
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Intensive Management of Stump-Sprout Reproduction In Coppice-Regenerated Coast Redwoods
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Mini Seedlings – A New Forest Regeneration System
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Improving Regeneration Performance Standards: Comments Based on Early Experience With Three New Approaches In British Columbia
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Hardwood Genetics and Tree Improvement – A Midwest USA Perspective
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Turning Off the Tap: Controlling Nutrient Leaching, Growth and Hardening of Containerized White Spruce Seedlings Through Irrigation Management
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Improving Root Development:Genetic Selection, Cultural Practices or Both?
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Root Form of Jack Pine Seedlings Grown in a Variety of Containers
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Nursery Technology Cooperative: 20-Year Evolution of a Research Program to Optimize Seedling Quality and Reforestation Success in the Pacific Northwest
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Maximizing Nutrient Storage in Nursery Culture to Promote Retranslocation and Growth of Outplanted Seedlings
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A Root-Bound Index for Container-Grown Pines
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Root-Zone Electrical Conductivity Monitoring for Nutrient Loading and Spiking of Container Tree Seedlings
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Risks Related to the Extension of the Planting Period of Norway Spruce Container Seedlings: Drought – Growth Stage Dynamics and Handling Practices
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Effect of Plant Date on Stand Establishment
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Growth of Aspen and White Spruce in Planted Mixtures
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The Influence of Mycorrhizal Inoculation and Site Preparation on the Extended Season Planting of Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) Seedlings in Northwestern Ontario
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Gap Planting In Conifer Pure Stand In Japan
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Effects of Early Herbaceous and Woody Vegetation Control on Seedling Microclimate and Physiology of Eastern White Pine
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Effects of Early Herbaceous and Woody Vegetation Control on Eastern White Pine
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Mycorrhizal Biotechnology for Reclamation of Oil Sand Composite Tailings and Tailings Land in Alberta
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Quality Control System for Regeneration Activities in Private Forests in Finland
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Benchmark Renewal Standards: What You See Is What You Get…. (NOT)!!
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The Challenges and Accomplishments in Reforesting Boreal Sites in Northern Ontario
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Natural Regeneration With Shelterwood Silviculture in the Acadian Forest Region
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Reforestation of Surface Mined Lands in the Appalachian Coal Fields, USA
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Cutting Versus Herbicides: Tenth-Year Cost-Benefit Analysis of Sub-Boreal Conifer Plantation Release
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Positioning Forest Business to Capture Benefits of the Bio-Economy: A Role for Reforestation and Afforestation in Sustainable Forest Management
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Seedling Size and Reforestation Success How Big is Big Enough?
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Cost – Quality Relationship of Norway Spruce Planting and Scots Pine Direct Seeding In Finland – Preliminary Results
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Soil Nutrient Supply Rates as an Indicator of Site Suitability and Seedling Growth Requirements
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Deciduous Competition: Impact on Growth of Plantation Spruce
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Twenty Years Later – Revisiting A Jack Pine Mycorrhizae Study Near Raith, Ontario
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Nine Different Nursery Fertilizer Regimes Still Affecting Jack Pine Plantation Growth After 12 Years
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RCDlob: An Individual Tree Growth and Yield Model for Loblolly Pine That Incorporates Root-Collar Diameter at Time-Of-Planting
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