Peer reviewed and popular NZDFI publications
Altaner, C. (2015). “Developing a quality eucalypt resource at seedling stage.” Australian Forest Grower 37(4): 33/35.
Davies, N. T., L. A. Apiolaza and M. Sharma (2017). “Heritability of growth strain in Eucalyptus bosistoana: a Bayesian approach with left-censored data.” New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 47.
Guo, F. and C. M. Altaner (2018). “Properties of rotary peeled veneer and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) from New Zealand grown Eucalyptus globoidea.” New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 48(1): 3.
Guo, F. and C. M. Altaner (2019). “Measuring Molecular Strain in Rewetted and Never-Dried Eucalypt Wood with Raman Spectroscopy.” Biomacromolecules 20(8): 3191-3199.
Li, Y. and C. Altaner (2018). “Predicting extractives content of Eucalyptus bosistoana F. Muell. Heartwood from stem cores by near infrared spectroscopy.” Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 198: 78-87.
Li, Y., L. A. Apiolaza and C. Altaner (2018). “Genetic variation in heartwood properties and growth traits of Eucalyptus bosistoana.” European Journal of Forest Research 137(4): 565-572.
Li, Y. and C. Altaner (2019). Calibration of near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) data of three Eucalyptus species with extractive contents determined by ASE extraction for rapid identification of species and high extractive contents. Holzforschung. 73: 537.
Li, Y. and C. M. Altaner (2019). “Effects of variable selection and processing of NIR and ATR-IR spectra on the prediction of extractive content in Eucalyptus bosistoana heartwood.” Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 213: 111-117.
Li, Y., M. Sharma, C. Altaner and L. J. Cookson (2020). “An approach to quantify natural durability of Eucalyptus bosistoana by near infrared spectroscopy for genetic selection.” Industrial Crops and Products 154: 112676.
Millen, P. (2009). NZ Dryland Forests Initiative: a market focused durable eucalypt R&D project. Pages 57-74 in L. A. Apiolaza, S. V. S. Chauhan, and J. C. F. Walker, editors. Revisiting eucalypts. Wood Technology Research Centre, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, N.Z.
Millen, P., S. van Ballekom, C. Altaner, L. Apiolaza, E. Mason, R. McConnochie, J. Morgenroth and T. Murray (2018). “Durable eucalypt forests – a multi-regional opportunity for investment in New Zealand drylands.” New Zealand Journal of Forestry 63: 11-23.
Millen, P., C. Altaner and H. Palmer (2020). “Growing a new hardwood industry is not just about planting trees.” New Zealand Tree Grower February: 19-25.
Mishra, G., D. A. Collings and C. M. Altaner (2018). “Cell organelles and fluorescence of parenchyma cells in Eucalyptus bosistoana sapwood and heartwood investigated by microscopy.” New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 48(1): 13.
Mishra, G., D. A. Collings and C. M. Altaner (2018). “Physiological changes during heartwood formation in young Eucalyptus bosistoana trees.” IAWA Journal 39(4): 382-394.
Mishra, G., A. Garrill and C. Altaner (2019). “Bioactivity of ethanol extracts from Eucalyptus bosistoana F. Muell. heartwood.” iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry 12(5): 467-473.
Salekin, S., Burgess, J. H., Morgenroth, J., Mason, E. G., & Meason, D. F. (2018). A comparative study of three non-geostatistical methods for optimising digital elevation model interpolation. ISPRS international journal of geo-information, 7(8), 300.
Salekin, S., Mason, E. G., Morgenroth, J., Bloomberg, M., & Meason, D. F. (2019). Modelling the Effect of Microsite Influences on the Growth and Survival of Juvenile Eucalyptus globoidea (Blakely) and Eucalyptus bosistoana (F. Muell) in New Zealand. Forests, 10(10), 857.
Salekin, S., Bloomberg, M., Morgenroth, J., Meason, D. F., & Mason, E. G. (2021). Within-site drivers for soil nutrient variability in plantation forests: A case study from dry sub-humid New Zealand. CATENA, 200, 105149.
Salekin, S., Mason, E. G., Morgenroth, J., & Meason, D. F. (2020). A preliminary growth and yield model for Eucalyptus globoidea Blakely plantations in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 50.
Schroeder, P. and C. Altaner (2016). “Propagation – a bottleneck in tree breeding programmes?” New Zealand Tree Grower November: 35-36.