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Estimating harvester productivity in Pinus radiata plantations using StanForD stem files
M Strandgard, D Walsh, M Acuna
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 28 (1), 73-80, 2013
732013
Automated time study of forwarders using GPS
M Strandgard, R Mitchell
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering 36 (2), 175-184, 2015
44*2015
Productivity and cost of harvesting a stemwood biomass product from integrated cut-to-length harvest operations in Australian Pinus radiata plantations
D Walsh, M Strandgard
Biomass and Bioenergy 66, 93-102, 2014
432014
Time consumption and productivity of a forwarder operating on a slope in a cut-to-length harvest system in a Pinus radiata D. Don pine plantation
M Strandgard, R Mitchell, M Acuna
Journal of Forest Science 63 (7), 324-330, 2017
412017
Impact of slope on productivity of a self-levelling processor
M Strandgard, M Alam, R Mitchell
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering: Journal for Theory and Application …, 2014
382014
A log-by-log productivity analysis of two Valmet 475EX harvesters
M Alam, D Walsh, M Strandgard, M Brown
International Journal of Forest Engineering 25 (1), 14-22, 2014
332014
Improving the productivity of mechanised harvesting systems using remote sensing
M Alam, M Strandgard, M Brown, J Fox
Australian Forestry 75 (4), 238-245, 2012
272012
Reconstructing the size of individual trees using log data from cut-to-length harvesters in Pinus radiata plantations: a case study in NSW, Australia
K Lu, H Bi, D Watt, M Strandgard, Y Li
Journal of forestry research 29, 13-33, 2018
242018
Use of modelling to compare the impact of roadside drying of Pinus radiata D.Don logs and logging residues on delivered costs using high capacity trucks in Australia
M Strandgard, M Acuna, P Turner, L Mirowski
Biomass and Bioenergy 147, 2021
222021
Impacts of Early Thinning of a Eucalyptus globulus Labill. Pulplog Plantation in Western Australia on Economic Profitability and Harvester Productivity
M Acuna, M Strandgard, J Wiedemann, R Mitchell
Forests 8 (11), 2017
202017
Evaluation of the Hitman PH330 acoustic assessment system for harvesters
D Walsh, M Strandgard, P Carter
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 29 (6), 593-602, 2014
202014
FibrePlus’ study: Harvesting stemwood waste pieces in pine clearfall
D Walsh, J Wiedemann, M Strandgard, MR Ghaffariyan, J Skinnell
CRC for Forestry Bulletin 18, 3p, 2011
192011
General productivity model for single grip harvesters in Australian eucalypt plantations
M Strandgard, R Mitchell, M Acuna
Australian Forestry 79 (2), 108-113, 2016
172016
Wildfire risk management model for strategic management
KG Tolhurst, DM Chong, MN Strandgard
Forest Ecology and Management 234, S211-S211, 2006
142006
Comparison of cost, productivity and residue yield of cut-to-length and fuel-adapted harvesting in a Pinus radiata D.Don final harvest in Western Australia
M Strandgard, R Mitchell
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 49, 2019
132019
Productivity and cost of whole-tree harvesting without debarking in a Eucalyptus nitens plantation in Tasmania, Australia
M Strandgard, D Walsh, R Mitchell
Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science 77 (3), 173-178, 2015
132015
Comparison of Productivity, Cost and Chip Quality of Four Balanced Harvest Systems Operating in a Eucalyptus globulus Plantation in Western Australia
M Strandgard, R Mitchell, J Wiedemann
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering 40 (1), 39-48, 2019
122019
Improving forest operations management through applied research
M Brown, M Strandgard, M Acuna, D Walsh, R Mitchell
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering: Journal for Theory and Application …, 2011
122011
Improving harvester estimates of bark thickness for radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don)
M Strandgard, D Walsh
Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science 73 (2), 101-108, 2011
102011
Benchmarking feller-buncher productivity in Western Australian blue gum plantations
M Strandgard, R Mitchell
CRC for Forestry Report 12, 1-4, 2010
102010
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