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Tropical Forest Inventory Short Course
August 24-28 2015
Forest Solutions Inc., Hawaii, 2015-07-28
This course will familiarize you with two efficient forest inventory techniques that we have successfully used in Hawaii: Variable plot sampling 3P sampling
PRUNING PROTOCOL FOR Acacia koa IN PLANTATION
Forest Solutions Technical Note
Forest Solutions Inc., Hawaii, 2015-05-28
Under plantation conditions, Acacia koa exhibits poor natural pruning. Without supplemental pruning, managed koa stands will produce low yields of clear wood free of knots. In many areas across Hawaii, koa may be successfully pruned to dramatically improve potential yield of high quality timber...
Ecosystem Monitoring Internship
Forest Solutions Inc., Hawaii, 2015-03-24
Forest Solutions, with financial support from Kamehameha Schools, offers six paid, full time intern positions in vegetation monitoring and forest restoration. Our 2015 program on Hawaii Island will feature several weeks in South Kona, and conclude with work in the Volcano area; the internship begins 1st June 2015, ends 24th July 2015..
Inventories Stategies for Acacia Koa Across Diverse Forest Types
Forest Solutions Inc., Hawaii, 2015-01-14
As one of the most economically valuable native Hawaiian tree species, Acacia koa
(koa) has been heavily exploited across the islands. Remaining koa populations are constrained to a few regions, but diverse site conditions, land use history, and current vegetation cover disallow a single strategy for comprehensive koa forest inventory...
Forest Solutions Services Sdn Bhd Enters 3 year Research Agreement
FSS, Malaysia, 2014-12-15
Forest Solutions Services Sdn Bhd is pleased to announce the signing of a 3 year agreement with the Sarawak Forestry Corporation Sdn Bhd, Malaysia for the provision of research support to their tree improvement and high quality seedling supply programmes.
Forest Solutions Secures Special Local Need Label to Control Acacia Psyllid in Planted Koa Forests
Forest Solutions Inc., Hawaii, 2014-01-07
Acacia psyllid (Accizia uncatoides) is an introduced insect that harms Acacia koa, one of the most ecologically and economically important native Hawaiian forest trees.
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