Stephen Wakelin
Stephen Wakelin
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Forestry and forest products as a carbon sink in New Zealand
JP Maclaren, SJ Wakelin
FRI bulletin-Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service, 1991
391991
Managing New Zealand Planted Forests for Carbon: A Review of Selected Management Scenarios and Identification of Knowledge Gaps
J Turner, G West, H Dungey, S Wakelin, P Maclaren, T Adams, P Silcock
Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2008
29*2008
Planted forests
RT Yao, LE Barry, SJ Wakelin, DR Harrison, LA Magnard, TW Payn
Ecosystem Services in New Zealand—Conditions and Trends. Manaaki Whenua …, 2013
242013
Water quality requirements for sustaining aquifer storage and recovery operations in a low permeability fractured rock aquifer
D Page, K Miotliński, P Dillon, R Taylor, S Wakelin, K Levett, K Barry, ...
Journal of environmental management 92 (10), 2410-2418, 2011
222011
Modelling the effect of windthrow at the estate level
B Manley, S Wakelin
Workshop on Wind Damage in New Zealand Exotic Forests, Rotorua (New Zealand …, 1989
211989
Carbon stocks and changes in New Zealand’s soils and forests, and implications of Post-2012 accounting options for land-based emissions offsets and mitigation opportunities
MUF Kirschbaum, C Trotter, S Wakelin, T Baisden, D Curtin, J Dymond, ...
Landcare Research Contract Report LC0708/174 for MAF (now MPI), Wellington …, 2009
162009
Application of FOLPI A Linear Programming-based Forest Estate Model
BR Manley, JA Threadgill, SJ Wakelin
Bulletin 164, 1991
111991
Plantation forestry in New Zealand-concepts, methodologies and recent calculations
JP Maclaren, SJ Wakelin, L Te Morenga
Melbourne, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, 1995
91995
Using measured and modelled wood quality information to optimise harvest scheduling and log allocation decisions
AD Gordon, SJ Wakelin, JA Threadgill
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 36 (2/3), 198, 2006
82006
Understanding forest-derived biomass supply with GIS modelling
BK Hock, L Blomqvist, P Hall, M Jack, B Möller, SJ Wakelin
Journal of spatial science 57 (2), 213-232, 2012
72012
Developing Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Opportunities in Melbourne—Rossdale ASR Demonstration Project Final Report
P Dillon, P Pavelic, D Page, K Miotlinski, K Levett, K Barry, R Taylor, ...
Water for a Healthy Country Report to Smart Water Fund. June, 2010
72010
Carbon inventory of New Zealand's planted forests
L Te Morenga, SJ Wakelin
Report for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Ministry for the …, 2003
72003
Carbon sequestration potential of non-ETS land on farms
LE Burrows
Manaaki Whenua, 2018
62018
Comparison of spatial modelling frameworks for the identification of future afforestation in New Zealand
TAP West, JJ Monge, LJ Dowling, SJ Wakelin, RT Yao, AG Dunningham, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 198, 103780, 2020
52020
New Zealand’s national planted forest inventory as part of the Land Use and Carbon Analysis System
S Wakelin, N Searles, T Paul, M Kimberley, P Beets
NZ Journal of Forestry 61 (2), 23, 2016
52016
An assessment of climate mitigation co-benefits arising from the Freshwater Reforms
MA Shepherd, AD Mackay, R Monaghan, R Vibart, B Devantier, ...
Ministry for Primary Industries, 2016
42016
Projected carbon sequestration by forestry plantings commencing in 1991
JP Maclaren, SJ Wakelin, PN Beets
Ministry for the Environment, Wellington, NZ, 1993
41993
National Exotic Forest Description: 1992 National and Regional Wood Supply Forecasts
JH Turland, SJ Wakelin, P Lane
Ministry of Forestry, 1993
41993
Geographically-explicit, dynamic partial equilibrium model of regional primary value chains–Mathematical formulation and application to forestry in the Northland region of New …
JJ Monge, SJ Wakelin
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 156, 145-158, 2019
32019
Carbon inventory of New Zealand’s planted forests
HD Marshall, SJ Wakelin, KA Robertson
Calculations revised as at April, 2001
32001
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