Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by L.F. Riley
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Proceedings of a symposium on the equipment/silviculture interface in stand establishment research and operations, September 28 - October 3, 1985, Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper, Alberta. O-X-401.
Sutton, R.F.; Riley, L.F.
Comparative projects with FERIC.
Technology transfer at a Canadian research centre.
Cayford, J.H.; Riley, L.F.
Research Manager attends forestry seminar in Turkey.
The role of mechanized silviculture and the Great Lakes Forest Research Centre.
Economics of precommercial thinning in jack pine.
Smith, C.R.; Johnson, John D.; Riley, L.F.
Brush harvester development progressing.
The interactions of harvesting and stand establishment operations: An overview and perspective.
Site preparation for trailed planting machines: the cfs v-blade.
Cameron, D.A.; Riley, L.F.
National committee on mechanization of siliviculture.
Some aspects of research methods applied to stand establishment operations in the province of Ontario, Canada.
Stand establishment techniques and technology in Soviet Union.
The effect of seeding rate and seedbed availability on jack pine stocking and density in northeastern Ontario. O-X-318.
Biomass production from the harvesting of a tolerant hardwood stand in Algoma, Ontario.
Riley, L.F.; Cameron, D.A.
Jack pine seed distribution using the brohm seeder/piper PA-18A aircraft combination. O-X-294.
Foreman, F.F.; Riley, L.F.
Site preparation: now and then?
Assessment of site preparation and its effect on aerial seeding success. 1975. Riley, L.F. Symposium Proceedings O-P-3. p23-31.
Operational testing of planting machines in the boreal forest of Ontario. I Reynolds-lowther heavy duty crank axle planter. O-X-219.
Commercial strip thinning in a 45-year-old jack pine stand. O-X-233.
Mattice, C.R.; Riley, L.F.
Silviculture treatment of seeded stands.
Operational trials of techniques to improve jack pine spacing. O-X-180.
This may not be a complete list of the author's publications. This list provides the author's publications since he or she joined, or worked in cooperation with, the CFS. When available, another link is provided for periods of work elsewhere.