j doland nichols
j doland nichols
Associate Professor of Forest Science and Management
Verified email at scu.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Mixed-species plantations: prospects and challenges
JD Nichols, M Bristow, JK Vanclay
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 383-390, 2006
1412006
Intercropping legume trees with native timber trees rapidly restores cover to eroded tropical pasture without fertilization
JD Nichols, ME Rosemeyer, FL Carpenter, J Kettler
Forest Ecology and Management 152 (1-3), 195-209, 2001
972001
Early growth of native and exotic trees planted on degraded tropical pasture
FL Carpenter, JD Nichols, E Sandi
Forest Ecology and Management 196 (2-3), 367-378, 2004
952004
Sistemas agroforestales
F Montagnini, L Prevetti, LA Thrupp, J Beer, R Borel, G Budowski, ...
Principios y aplicaciones en los trópicos. Organización para Estudios …, 1992
791992
Methods of facilitating reforestation of tropical degraded land with the native timber tree, Terminalia amazonia
FL Carpenter, JD Nichols, RT Pratt, KC Young
Forest Ecology and Management 202 (1-3), 281-291, 2004
632004
Interplanting Inga edulis yields nitrogen benefits to Terminalia amazonia
JD Nichols, FL Carpenter
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 344-351, 2006
622006
The geometry of a constant buffer-loading design method for humid watersheds
LJ Bren
Forest Ecology and Management 110 (1-3), 113-125, 1998
611998
Subtropical eucalypt plantations in eastern Australia
JD Nichols, RGB Smith, J Grant, K Glencross
Australian Forestry 73 (1), 53-62, 2010
522010
Growth and physiological response of six Australian rainforest tree species to a light gradient
J Kelly, S Jose, JD Nichols, M Bristow
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (1), 287-293, 2009
452009
Especies nativas y exóticas para la reforestación en la Zona Sur de Costa Rica
D Nichols, E González
Organización para Estudios Tropicales y Dirección General Forestal …, 1992
401992
Survival and growth of mixed plantations of Milicia excelsa and Terminalia superba 9 years after planting in Ghana
PP Bosu, JR Cobbinah, JD Nichols, EE Nkrumah, MR Wagner
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 352-357, 2006
382006
Five year results from a mixed-species spacing trial with six subtropical rainforest tree species
JC Grant, JD Nichols, MC Pelletier, K Glencross, R Bell
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 309-314, 2006
292006
Patterns of seedling survival in the tropical African tree Milicia excelsa
JD Nichols, VK Agyeman, FB Agurgo, MR Wagner, JR Cobbinah
Journal of Tropical Ecology 15 (4), 451-461, 1999
281999
Survival, growth and gall formation by Phytolyma lata on Milicia excelsa established in mixed‐species tropical plantations in Ghana
JD Nichols, DA Ofori, MR Wagner, P Bosu, JR Cobbinah
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 1 (2), 137-141, 1999
281999
Influence of artificial gaps in tropical forest on survival, growth, and Phytolyma lata attack on Milicia excelsa
JD Nichols, MR Wagner, VK Agyeman, P Bosu, JR Cobbinah
Forest ecology and management 110 (1-3), 353-362, 1998
271998
Domestication of native tree species for timber plantations: key insights for tropical island nations
JD Nichols, JK Vanclay
International Forestry Review 14 (4), 402-413, 2012
252012
Patterns of basal area increment, mortality and recruitment were related to logging intensity in subtropical rainforest in Australia over 35 years
RGB Smith, JD Nichols
Forest Ecology and Management 218 (1-3), 319-328, 2005
252005
A method for assessing arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi group distribution in tree roots by intergenic transcribed sequence variation
M Shepherd, L Nguyen, ME Jones, JD Nichols, FL Carpenter
Plant and soil 290 (1-2), 259-268, 2007
232007
Dynamics of tree diversity in undisturbed and logged subtropical rainforest in Australia
RGB Smith, JD Nichols, JK Vanclay
Biodiversity & Conservation 14 (10), 2447-2463, 2005
232005
Manejo de semillas de 100 especies forestales de América Latina
R Salazar, C Soihet, JM Méndez
Centro Agronómico de Investigación y Enseñanza (CATIE), Turrialba, Costa Rica, 2000
232000
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