Aims and scope

CERNE is a Brazilian journal that publishes forest science articles. It is affiliated with the Federal University of Lavras/Brazil, which has been our publisher since 1992. Our goal is to disseminate the latest research findings to anyone interested in plantations or natural forests. Our articles cover topics such as silviculture, forest management, forest ecology, and wood science and technology. We invite authors to challenge themselves and present new technologies and innovative ideas. We value clear hypotheses, methods, and social benefits of forest uses. Our documents (manuscripts, reviews, published articles) are securely stored in our institutional database (Repository policy). We are an international journal that accepts only English manuscripts.

Peer-review

Our peer-review process is double-blind and guarantees high-quality standards before acceptance. Our editors are experienced and helpful in enhancing the authors’ work.

Open access

We offer open access to all our articles, meaning that anyone can read and download them for free. We do not charge any fees or article processing charges (APC) to our authors or readers. We also encourage the use of social media to share and promote our publications.

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The published articles are freely distributed among researchers and social media, and all Authors transfer the copyright to Cerne. The research findings can also be used in classroom teaching, conferences, dissertations/theses, and other applications without any restriction. We strongly recommend citing the article to reach a wider audience. The Author also declares that the work is original and free of plagiarism. The authors agree with the publication and are responsible for the accuracy of the information.

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Vol. 30 No. 1 (2024):

Published: 2024-04-19

SPATIOTEMPORAL DYNAMIC OF OAK FOREST GREENNESS IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE DERIVED DROUGHT

Maryam Daghestani, Mohadeseh Ghanbari Motlagh, Mansour Halimi

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EFFECTS OF FOREST FRAGMENTATION ON NATURAL POPULATIONS OF Anadenanthera colubrina (Vell.) Brenan: INSIGHTS FOR CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT

Karla Daniele Araújo da Silva , Adelson Lemes da Silva Júnior, Mariana Cruz de Souza, Lucimara Cruz de Souza, Fábio Demolinari de Miranda , Marcos Vinicius Winckler Caldeira , Cássia dos Santos Azevedo , Taís Cristina Bastos Soares

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CHARACTERIZING AND SEPARATING THE LIGNOCELLULOSIC FIBERS FROM THE AÇAÍ PULPING WASTE: TOWARDS KRAFT PULPING

Dhimitrius Neves Paraguassú Smith de Oliveira, Lays Camila Matos, Tiago Marcolino de Souza, Elesandra da Silva Aráujo, Marcela Gomes da Silva, Carla Priscilla Tavora , Lourival Marin Mendes, Qüinny Soares Rocha, Lina Bufalino

e-103376

Molecular and quantitative genetic analysis of the neotropical tree Jacaranda micrantha Cham.

Daniela Sanson, Isabel Homczinski, Rafael Henrique Roque, Rogério Bobrowski, Fabiana Schmidt Bandeira Peres; Evandro Vagner Tambarussi

e-103353

INFLUENCE OF SPACING BETWEEN TREES ON WOOD AND CHARCOAL QUALITY INDICATORS

Gabriel Soares Lopes Gomes, Sílvio Nolasco de Oliveira Neto, Angélica de Cássia Oliveira Carneiro, Lucas Sérgio de Sousa Lopes, Hélio Garcia Leite, Marcos Vinicius Winckler Caldeira

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THE DISPERSIBILITY OF CELLULOSE I AND CELLULOSE II BY TEMPO-MEDIATED OXIDATION

Nursyamimi Ahmad Ghazali, Kushairi Mohd Salleh, Nur Fathihah Jafri, Khairunnisa Atiqah Mohamad Khalid, Sarani Zakaria , Nurul Husna Ab Halim

E-103320

ADDITIVE EQUATIONS SYSTEM TO ESTIMATE ABOVEGROUND BIOMASS BY STRUCTURAL COMPONENT AND TOTAL OF THREE GIANT BAMBOO SPECIES IN MEXICO

Casimiro Ordóñez-Prado, Juan Carlos Tamarit-Urias, Adan Nava-Nava, Melchor Rodríguez-Acosta

Advances and perspectives in the propagation and conservation of mangabeira (Hancornia speciosa Gomes) – review on a tropical fruit tree with socioeconomic importance

Augusto Vinicius de Souza Nascimento, Paulo Augusto Almeida Santos, Ana Veruska Cruz da Silva Muniz, Ana da Silva Lédo

e-103313

APPARENT DENSITY OF EUCALYPTUS WOOD EVALUATED BY DIGITAL X-RAY IMAGES AFTER STORAGE IN THE FIELD DURING 365 DAYS

Rayana Augusta Grandal Savino Barbosa , Vinícius Resende de Castro, Paula Gabriella Surdi, William Moreira de Oliveira, Caio Cesar Nemer Martins, Antônio José Vinha Zanuncio, José Cola Zanuncio, Angélica de Cássia Oliveira Carneiro, Solange de Oliveira Araújo

Production and analysis of the physical and mechanical of particleboards panels produced with Acrocomia aculeata endocarp

Luisa de Oliveira Menali, Uasmim Lira Zidanes , Matheus Cordazzo Dias , Carine Setter , Mariana Nayara Lima Silveira, Douglas Lamounier Faria, Fábio Akira Mori , José Benedito Guimarães Júnior, Saulo Rocha Ferreira

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EFFECTS OF FLIGHT AND SMOOTHING PARAMETERS OF NUMBER OF TREES WITH AERIAL IMAGERY IN A NATIVE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST REMNANT

Carla Talita Pertille, Karla Mayara Almada Gomes, Darcy Maria da Conceição Laura dos Santos, Hudson Franklin Pessoa Veras, Midhun Mohan, Carlos Roberto Sanquetta, Alexandre Behling, Ana Paula Dalla Corte
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