This Bulletin Series was inaugurated by the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies in 1912. The Series contains important original scholarly and applied work by the School’s faculty, graduate students, alumni, and distinguished collaborators, and covers a broad range of topics.
Bulletins 1-97 were published as bound print-only documents between 1912 and 1994. Starting with Bulletin 98 in 1995, the School began publishing volumes digitally and expanded them into a Publication Series that includes working papers, books, and reports as well as Bulletins.
To celebrate the centennial of publishing at the school, the long out-of-print Bulletins 1-97 were scanned to make them available as PDFs to a broader audience. A caution: the scanning process is not perfect, especially for print documents as old as some of these, so the readers’ indulgence is requested for some of the anomalies that remain despite our best efforts to clean them up.
Everything published from 1995-present is available on the School’s website (http://environment.yale.edu/publications) for free download. Nothing in the Series requires copyright permission for reproduction when intended for personal or classroom use.
Bound copies of everything published in the Series from 1912 to the present are also available in the Yale University libraries and archives and can best be accessed by contacting the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies librarian.
Submissions from 1994
Returns from Unrestricted Growth of Pruned Eastern White Pines, Alan C. Page and David M. Smith
Submissions from 1989
Issues in Public and Private Ownership of Forested Lands in Northern New England and New York, Clark S. Binkley, Ed and Perry R. Hagenstein
Submissions from 1988
Proceedings of the 1987 Airlie House Conference on the Resources Planning Act, Clark S. Binkley, Ed; Garry D. Brewer, Ed.; and V. Alaric Sample, Ed.
Submissions from 1981
Timber Supply From Private Nonindustrial Forests, Clark Shepard Binkley
Age And Growth Rate Of Tropical Trees: New Directions For Research, F. Herbert Bormann, Ed. and Graeme Berlyn, Ed.
Submissions from 1978
The Development Of Northern Red Oak In Mixed Stands In Central New England, Chadwick Dearing Oliver
Submissions from 1976
Forest Management Planning For Timber Production: A Goal Programming Approach, Krishna P. Rustagi
Nature And Human Nature, Lee M. Talbot; Neil H. Cheek Jr; Roderick Nash; and William R. Burch Jr., Ed
Submissions from 1975
Byond Growth- Essays On Alternative Studies, Dennis L. Meadows, Donella H. Meadows, G. Evelyn Hutchinson, Eugene P. Odum, Herbert G. Wilcox, Lincoln H. Day, Herman E. Daly, William Ophuls, Charles S. Green III, and Paul B. Sears
Submissions from 1974
Occupational Choice And Employment Stability Among Forest Workers, Philip L. Cottel
Manpower-Forest Industry's Key Resource, Lloyd C. Irland, Ed.
Is Timber Scarce? The Economics Of A Renewable Resource, Lloyd C. Irland
Toward The Future Forest: Applying Physiology And Genetics To The Domestication Of Trees, J.H Rediske, F. Thomas Ledig, Peter S. Carlson, Thomas B. Rice, and Richard P. Pharis
The Environment For Women Working On Environmental Problems, Jeanne Clare Ridley, Adele H. Goss, Jeanna Randall, and Jane Westenberger
Open-Land Policy In Connecticut, Roger L. Sherman, Neil C. Shropshire, Paul S. Wilson, and Albert C. Worrell
Submissions from 1972
A Simulation Model For The Management Of Sandhill Cranes, Richard S. Miller, George S. Hochbaum, and Daniel B. Botkin
Submissions from 1936
The Tympanis Canker of Red Pine, John Raymond Hansbrough
Submissions from 1935
A Swedish-English Vocabulary for Foresters, Joshua Lee Deen, Adolph Burnett Benson, and Matts Juhlin Dannfelt
Artificial Pruning in Coniferous Plantations, Ralph C. Hawley and Robert T. Clapp
Submissions from 1934
Submissions from 1933
The European Pine Shoot Moth (Rhyacionia buoliana Schiff.): With Special Reference to Its Occurrence in the Eli Whitney Forest, Roger B. Friend and Allen S. West Jr