Read the Journal of Forestry July 2018 issue and complete the 16-question quiz. Earn 5.5 Category 1 CFEs when you pass the quiz with a score of at least 70%. Earned CFEs will be added to your record shortly after you pass the quiz.
Benchmarking Scholarly Performance by Faculty in Forestry and Forest Products
R.K. Swihart, M. Sundaram, K.F. Kellner, and S. Fei
Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) Fire Science Exchange Network: A National Evaluation of Initiative Impacts
L.D. Maletsky, W.P. Evans, L. Singletary, and L.L. Sicafuse
Applying Lidar Individual Tree Detection to Management of Structurally Diverse Forest Landscapes
S.M.A. Jeronimo, V.R. Kane, D.J. Churchill, R.J. McGaughey, and J.F. Franklin
Assessing the Economic Viability of Loggers Operating Tree-Length Harvest Systems in the Northeast
J. Regula, R. Germain, S. Bick, and L. Zhang
In Forest and Intact: Designating Future Use of Family-Forest-Owned Land
M. Markowski-Lindsay, P. Catanzaro, K. Bell, D. Kittredge, E. Markowitz, J. Leahy, B. Butler, A. Milman, and S. Allred
The Context of Place: Issues Measuring Place Attachment Across Urban Forest Contexts
C.J. Wynveen, I.E. Schneider, and A. Arnberger
Normative and Ethical Foundations of Ecological Forestry in the United States
Rethinking the Wildland Fire Management System
M.P. Thompson, D.G. MacGregor, C.J. Dunn, D.E. Calkin, and J. Phipps
Insights on the Use of Decision-Support Tools to Sustain Forest Ecosystems from a Case Study in Pennsylvania, USA
J. Rittenhouse, L. Leites, K. Derham, and S. Miller
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