Vol 5, No 2 (2015) of Journal of Tropical Forestry and Environment JTFE has been published. JTFE is a peer reviewed international journal that publishes original research articles in forestry, environmental sciences and natural resource management relevant to tropical regions. This is a semiannual journal published by the Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka.
JTFE provides a multidisciplinary forum for discussion of issues and communication of research findings of wider interest to the community of forestry and environmental professionals, especially in the tropical regions. Although the journal has a specific geographical focus, it also welcomes high quality, original submissions of research and review manuscripts on issues of global importance. Acceptance for publication is subject to a double-blind peer-reviewing process.
Contents of this Issue:
|Potential of Biomass Based Electricity Generation in Sri Lanka|
|Optimisation of Environmental Factors on Oil Degrading Bacteria Isolated from Coastal Water and Sediments in Sri Lanka|
|GY Liyanage, PM Manage|
|Construction of Allometric Relationships to Predict Growth Parameters, Stem Biomass and Carbon of Eucalyptus grandis Growing in Sri Lanka|
|Identification and Quantification of Tree Species in Open Mixed Forests using High Resolution QuickBird Satellite Imagery|
|S Arockiaraj, A Kumar, N Hoda, AT Jeyaseelan|
|Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Plantation to the Proceeded Wood Products via State Timber Corporation Depots for Selected Tree Species using Life Cycle Assessment|
|DKL Senadheera, DMHSK Ranasinghe, WASB Wahala, HS Amarasekera|
|Determination of the Effectiveness of Hal Bark (Vateria copallifera) as a Natural Preservative for Food Security of Confectionery Industry|
|Morpho-Physiological Dynamics of Weedy Rice Seeds Collected from Two Contrasting Agro-Ecological Zones in Sri Lanka|
|D Ratnasekera, KMASK Rupasingha|
|Leaf Extracts of Lobelia nicotianaefolia as a Potential Biopesticide Against Defoliator Pests|
|B Deepa, OK Remadevi|