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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.

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Vol. 29 No. 1 (2023)

Published: 2023-03-27

RADIAL VARIATION OF WOOD DENSITY AND FIBER MORPHOLOGY OF TWO COMMERCIAL SPECIES IN A TROPICAL HUMID FOREST IN SOUTHEASTERN PERU

Leif Armando Portal-Cahuana, Grandez-Piña, Erick Alberto , Payeza-Tuesta, German, Tomazello-Filho, Mario

e-103143

DORMANCY BREAKING AND BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES ASSOCIATED WITH GERMINATION OF ERYTHRINA FALCATA BENTH. SEEDS

Mariana Aline Silva Artur, José Marcio Rocha Faria, Anderson Cleiton José, Jean Marcel de Sousa Lira , Kamila Rezende Dázio de Souza, Fernanda Carlota Nery , Amauri Alves de Alvarenga

e-103170

Some physiological and biochemical changes in Oak trees after fire

Ali Kabaoğlu, Şemsettin Kulaç, İsmail Baysal, Ali Kemal Özbayram, Süleyman Akbulut, Nuray Öztürk

e-103199

Do Picea pungens engelm. organs be a suitable biomonitor of urban atmosphere pollution?

İsmail Koç, Taher Abdulai Alttaher Ateya, Oguzhan Yavuz Bayraktar

e-103228

Identification of 20 species from the Peruvian Amazon tropical forest by the wood macroscopic features

Caracterização macroscópica da madeira de 20 espécies na Amazônia Peruana

CASSIANA ALVES FERREIRA, Janet Gaby Inga Guillen , Raul Huacho Buendía, Osir Daygor Vidal Alanya, Danessa Clarita Reyes Aliaga, Sthefany Madjory Moya Mateo , Benji Steve Ascue Miranda, Thonny Centeno Utos , Andres Velez, MARIO Tomazello Filho

The influence of clear-cut area size on forest regrowth: a case study in the dry tropical forests of Pernambuco, Brazil

Visêldo Ribeiro de Oliveira, Andressa Ribeiro, Frans Germain Corneel Pareyn, Marcos Antônio Drumond, Diogo Denardi Porto, Lúcia Helena Piedade Kiill, Antonio Carlos Ferraz Filho

e-103165

Structures of tropical dry forests in the Andes: forest conservation, composition and the role of fabaceae and myrtaceae

João Augusto Alves Meira-Neto, Carlos Mario Galván-Cisneros, Luis Roberto Sánchez Montaño, Andrey Enrique Ojeda-Rodríguez

e-103189

Use of Acacia auriculiformis fast-growing tree species for the mitigation of climate change

Jesugnon Fifamè Murielle Féty TONOUEWA, Samadori Sorotori Honoré Biaou, Kwadwo Boakye Boadu, Eméline Sêssi Pélagie Assèdé, Douglas Amoah, Emmanuel Ebanyenle

e-103213

Parameter testing and application of the 3PG model for Eucalyptus grandis x Urophylla in subtropical conditions in South Africa

Oluwaseun Friday Gakenou, Kim Cordwint Martin, Ilaria Germishuizen, David Michael Drew

e-103236

Prediction of the basic density of tropical woods by near-infrared spectroscopy

Dayane Targino Medeiros, Rafael Rodolfo de Melo, Pedro Henrique Gonçalez Cademartori, Felipe Gomes Batista, Adriano Reis Prazeres Mascarenhas, Mario Vanoli Scatolino, Paulo Ricardo Gherardi Hein

e-103262

ESTIMATING THE COMMERCIAL VOLUME OF A Pinus taeda L. PLANTATION USING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE SENSORS

Carla Talita Pertille, Marcos Felipe Nicoletti, Mário Dobner Jr

e-103108

Comparative RNA-Seq analysis of Betula platyphylla under low and high temperature stresses

Faujiah Nurhasanah Ritonga, Song Chen, Fitri Indriani, Runxian Song, Xiang Zhang, Xingguo Lan, Su Chen

e-103147

Change in oleoresin productivity between harvests and variable drillings of a Copaifera reticulata natural population in the Amazon

Lina Bufalino, João Nelson Nascimento Silva-Junior, Ana Claudia Lira Guedes, Marcelino Carneiro Guedes

e-103183

Appraisal of arp images and machine learning to detect Sapajus nigritus attacks on loblolly’s pine stands in Southern Brazil

Carla Talita Pertille, Marcos Benedito Schimalski, Veraldo Liesenberg, Vilmar Picinatto Filho, Mireli Moura Pitz, Fabiani das Dores Abati Miranda

e-103208

Forest resource management system based on blockchain

Lina Zhang, Hepeng Qu, Kun Liu, Yandi Wang

e-103259

Organic waste and controlled-release fertilizer maximize the growth of Citharexylum montevidense in nursery and in the field

Adriana Maria Griebeler, Maristela Machado Araujo, Felipe Turchetto, Álvaro Luis Pasquetti Berghetti, Daniele Guarienti Rorato, Maria Helena Fermino , Suelen Carpenedo Aimi , Claudia Costella

e-103003

Although it lacks connectivity, isolated urban forest fragments can deliver similar amounts of ecosystem services as in protected areas

Jéssica Thalheimer de Aguiar, Flávia Gizele König Brun, Pedro Higuchi, Rogério Bobrowski

e-103193

Characterization of raw and thermochemically-treated mesocarp fibers of Oenocarpus bataua, an Amazon palm

Orimax Monteiro Cruz, Matheus Cordazzo Dias, Dhimitrius Neves Paraguassú Smith de Oliveira, Marcela Gomes da Silva, Tiago Marcolino de Souza, Lourival Marin Mendes, Lays Camila Matos, Lina Bufalino

e-103219

3-D network routing of brazil nut harvesting in tropical forests

Monique Sabioni Lopes, Carlos Antonio Alvares Soares Ribeiro, Gustavo Eduardo Marcatti, Ana Paula Mendes Teixeira, Getulio Fonseca Domingues, Vinícius Duarte Nader Mardeni, Alexandre Rosa dos Santos, Helio Garcia Leite

e-103242

FTIR spectroscopy and technological characterization of heat treated Fraxinus excelsior wood

Angélica de Cássia Oliveira Carneiro, Ana Márcia Macedo Ladeira Carvalho, Antonio Jose Vinha Zanuncio, Thaís Pereira Freitas, Iara Fontes Demuner, Amanda Ladeira Carvalho, Dandara Paula Silva Guimarães, Solange de Oliveira Araujo, Vinícius Resende de Castro

e-103264

CLONAL COMPOSITES AS A STRATEGY FOR MITIGATING THE CLONES × ENVIRONMENTS INTERACTION IN EUCALYPTUS

Ana Flávia Cunha Fernandes de Oliveira, José Luis Lima, Evandro Novaes, Vinícius Quintão Carneiro, Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho

e-103122

ECOLOGICAL PATTERNS AND CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES WITH CARBON CREDITS IN BRAZIL NUT GROVES: A STUDY-CASE IN THE SOUTHEAST AMAZON

Cléber Rodrigo Souza, Aisy B. Baldoni , Hélio Tonini, Vinícius Andrade Maia, Rubens Manoel dos Santos , Matheus Luvison, Juliano P. Santos

e-103164

The Strategies for optimizing the enrichment direct sowing: inoculation with Trichoderma spp. and use of a hydrogel

Adriana Maria Griebeler; Maristela Machado Araujo, Gerusa, Pauli Kirst Steffen, Felipe Turchetto, Daniele Guarienti Rorato, Felipe Manzoni Barbosa, Álvaro Luis Pasquetti Berghetti, Ezequiel Gasparin, Suelen Carpenedo Aimi, Claudia Costella

e-103212

Non-Brazilian environmental perception on the Amazon rainforest: an approach using text mining from social media

Cléber Rodrigo Souza, Wanderley Jorge da Silveira Júnior, Ravi Fernandes Mariano, Antônio Carlos de Sousa Couto-Júnior, Marco Aurélio Leite Fontes, Rubens Manoel dos Santos

e-103261

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