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Forest Service, forest industry, and university representatives present 4 general session papers giving projections for the 2030 forest and an additional 93 papers dealing with 15 subject areas: atmospheric influences, ecophysiology, seedling production, site preparation, pine regeneration, pine management, hardwood regeneration, hardwood management, vegetation, management, growth and yield, forest nutrition, soil-site-stand relations, harvesting-soils, pest management, and wildlife interactions.
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