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Scope and Contents This series contains published annual reports of the progress made by the Forest Research Council. In a typical issue might by found information on the following subjects: (1) Rural Areas Development; (2) Forest Fire; (3) Tree Improvement Through Genetics; (4) Forest Seed; (5) Plantation Management; (6) Forest Soils; (7) Forest Physiology; (8) Forest Insects; (9) Wood Technology; (10) Management Hardwood; (11) Site Preparation; (12) Forest Survey; (13) Forest Diseases; (14) Herty Foundation;...
Dates: Created: 1955-1978
Scope and Contents This series contains the summary minutes, exhibits and related correspondence related to the meetings of the Georgia Forest Research Council and two of its committees, the Kaolin Strip Mining Reclamation Research Committee and the Technical Advisory Committee. Included in the minutes are such items as decisions on specific research projects, special recognition of the services of council members, council budgets, lists of members and terms of each, appropriations recommendations, equipment...
Dates: Created: 1954-1977
Scope and Contents This series contains the subject files or general administrative files of the Director of the Georgia Forest Research Council, 1953-76. The Council coordinates and designates forest research priorities in Georgia, chooses appropriate agents for research, and allocates money from state, federal and private sources. The series primarily consists of letter-size correspondence and some publications. The letters deal with professional associations, forestry groups, lobby groups, research...
Dates: Created: 1953-1978
Scope and Contents This is a single-volume publication authored by Fire Systems Analyst Paul W. Ryan for the Forest Research Council. It is primarily a statistical study, giving numbers and types of fires, rates of occurrence, spread index and severity. It gives rankings of Georgia counties and fire districts based on varied criteria. The study analyzes the causes, characteristics, and effects of wildfires in Georgia forests and relates their frequency of occurrence and severity of destruction t o climatic and...
Dates: Created: 1963-1963
Scope and Contents This is a publication that is issued, apparently, every year. It is basically a review of Georgia's fire weather, i.e. the dry seasons when fires can more readily occur. These reports were prepared by the U.S. Weather Bureau staff meteorologists in Georgia and published by the Forest Research Council.
Dates: Created: 1966-1970
Scope and Contents This series consists of record copies of a total of 90 research papers commissioned by the Forest Research Council during the period from 1961 to 1978. This series thus documents one of the chlef mlssions of the council, the promotion and support of studies undertaken by experts in the field with the aim at improvement and expansion of the very vital Georgia forest related industries. All aspects of the forestry industry were studied at some period including such varied subjects as preventing...
Dates: Created: 1961-1978
Scope and Contents This series contains record copies of 38 research reports published by the Georgia Forest Research Council during the time period from 1956 to 1977. These reports are very closely related to the research papers found in Series 4. Both reports and papers address subjects of interest to the forest industries in the state and the titles of the items in both series resemble each other to a considerable degree. Such subjects as disease and insect control, improvement of tree planting and breeding...
Dates: Created: 1956-1977
Scope and Contents This brief newsletter is published once a week and contains news notes dealing with lumber and other naval stores and forest management. It is produced by the Council and School of Forest Products, University of Georgia.
Dates: Created: 1972-1973
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