Publications and references


Anonymous 1982. Forestry information systems and terminology. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia.

Anonymous 1991. Presentations, information and poster abstracts. Subject Group S6.03 (Information Systems and Terminology) meetings, 7 and 10 August 1990, XIX IUFRO World Congress, Montreal, Canada. Quebec.

Anonymous 1995. Forestry information and knowledge exchange: proceedings of IUFRO Subject Group S6.03-00 Information Systems and Terminology, held at the 20th IUFRO World Congress, 6-12 August 1995, Tampere, Finland. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL/FNP), Birmensdorf.

Anonymous 1997. International bibliography of dictionaries, glossaries and terminological publications in forestry and related sciences. IUFRO Secretariat, Wien.

Anonymous 1999. Multilingualism and expert co-operation in forest terminology. Proceedings of the MEXFT '98 Workshop held in Kappel am Albis, Switzerland, 7-9 June, 1998. Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee und Landschaft, Birmensdorf.

Anonymous 2001. The terminology of round and sawn tropical timber. Association Technique Internationale des Bois Tropicaux, Paris.
Bartol, T., and S. Mrzlikar. 2010. Bibliometric analysis of publications of the researchers of the department of wood science and technology of the biotechnical faculty. (93):37-48.

Brang, P., and M. Kaennel Dobbertin. 1999. Establishing a specialised terminology of forest condition: A team effort. 74(2):195-202.

Brown, H. 2000. Wildland fire terminology update. Fire Management Today 60(2):41-44.

Budin, G. 1999. Harmonisation of environmental terminologies. 74(2):205-210.

Chappuis, J. B. 1990. A German-French terminology of important terms used in forest enterprises. Professur Forstpolitik und Forstokonomie, Departement Wald- und Holzforschung - ETH Zentrum, Zürich.

DingZhong, K. 1999. Experiences in the compilation of a chinese-english forest terminology. 74(2):269-272.

Dobbertin, M. K. 2002. Trends in forest terminology: current activities and perspectives. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Dobbertin, M. K., and R. Prüller. 2002. Forest terminology: living expert knowledge. How to get society to understand forest terminology. Proceedings of the 6.03.02/SilvaVoc Group session at the IUFRO World Congress 2000, and selected contributions on forest terminology. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Farriol, R., and F. Mascort. 2010. Forestry terminology in forest management tools. Generalitat de Catalunya, Department de Medi Ambient i Habitage, Barcelona.

Fomasi, F. 1999. Terminology work in the swiss federal administration. 74(2):245-252.

Griess, O., H. Kurth, and G. Unterthiner. 2002. Forsteinrichtung as against forest management: difficulties with the compilation of a multilingual terminology. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Helms, J. A. 1999. Change in the forestry profession and its implications for terminology revision. 74(2):165-170.

Helms, J. A. 2002. Forest terminology in relation to societal change and decision making. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Kaennel, M. 1998. Biodiversity: a diversity in definition. Terminological utopia and scientific reality. Pages 71-81 Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

Kaiser, D. 1988. Terminological search instruments online: some examples using the retrieval language GRIPS. Birmensdorf.

Lervad, S. 1999. The european association for terminology (EAFT): Background, objectives and perspectives. 74(2):263-267.

Lipsanen, P. 1999. Forest terminology projects in finland. 74(2):257-261.

Matsumoto, M. 2002. Proposal of a multilingual forest terminology database designed for Western and non-Western languages. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Nshubemuki, L. 1999. Advances in the compilation of istilahi za elimumisitu - a glossary of english-kiswahili forestry terminology. 74(2):189-194.

Nshubemuki, L., H. J. M. Mwansoko, and A. G. Mugasha. 1999. Forestry terminology: English-Kiswahili. Forest Research Support in Tanzania, FORST, Morogoro.

Nyland, R. D., and S. A. McNulty. 2004. Interpretation of silvicultural terminology in wildlife research and management: The example of webb et al. (1977). Journal of Wildlife Management 68(4):1159-1160.

Perkovic´, A., G. Rata, A. Turalija, and J. Vujčic´. 2009. Landscape architecture - terminological approach. Pages 791-794 Poljoprivredni Fakultet Sveučilišta Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku, Osijek.

Prüller, R., and M. K. Dobbertin. 1999. Terminology activities at IUFRO. 74(2):219-226.

Puentes Alvarez, N. 2002. Terminology as a way to communicate values sustainable forest development: vision of the world in the 21st century. IUFRO (International Union of Forestry Research Organizations) Secretariat, Wien.

Reder, M., and I. D. K. Ferraz. 1999. Short communication on a project in french-portuguese forestry terminology. 74(2):253-255.

Reichling, A. 1988. The computer in the assault on the multilingual terminology barrier. Birmensdorf.

Rouvinen, S., and J. Kouki. 2008. The natural northern european boreal forests: Unifying the concepts, terminologies, and their application. Silva Fennica 42(1):135-146.

Ruiz de, l. T. 1999. The stem K-R-K in forest terminology. Investigación Agraria, Sistemas y Recursos Forestales :375-382.

Thrän, D. 2002. Wood energy terminology, information, statistics and standards. Unasylva (English ed.) 53(211):10-11.

Yerke, T. B. 1988. Preparing forestry terminologies for international compatibility in computerized information systems and databanks. Birmensdorf.

Zingg, A. 1999. English and german terminologies in forestry research on growth and yield: A few examples. 74(2):179-187.


Petrokofsky G, Mills R (2009). The role of librarians and information specialists in evidence-based forestry. Proceedings of CFM 2009, 13th World Forestry Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Links to other information resources

Forestry-related thematic bibliographic databases published at the
University of Minnesota:

Social Sciences in Forestry
Tropical Forest Conservation and Development  
Urban Forestry
Trail Planning Construction and Maintenance