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International Journal Of Forest Engineering

Taylor & Francis is proud to announce that the International Journal of Forest Engineering has been selected for coverage in Clarivate Analytics services and has received a 2018 Impact Factor of 1.462. For thirty years, the International Journal of Forest Engineering has reported on existing practices and innovations in forest engineering by scientists and professionals from around the world to promote environmentally sound forestry practices and contribute to sustainable forest management. To help us commemorate this announcement, please enjoy the following selection of IJFE’s content.

Recent Topical Articles 

Article TitleAuthorJournal TitleVolume Issue
Characteristics, predicted erosion, and costs for different levels of forestry best management practices at skidder and truck stream crossings in the Mountains, Piedmont, and Coastal Plains of Virginia, USA
Chandler L. Dangle, W. Michael Aust, M.Chad Bolding, et al.
International Journal of Forest Engineering 302
An analysis of fatal log truck crashes in the United States from 2011 through 2015 Neila B. Cole, Scott M. Barrett , M. Chad Bolding & W. Michael AustInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 302
Performance analysis of log yards using data envelopment analysis Marta Trzcianowska, Luc LeBel & Daniel BeaudoinInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 302
Streamside management zone effectiveness for water temperature control in Western Montana Brian D. Sugden, Ron Steiner & Jay E. JonesInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 302
Use of smartphone sensors to quantify the productive cycle elements of hand fallers on industrial cable logging operations Robert F. Keefe , Eloise G. Zimbelman & Ann M. Wempe International Journal of Forest Engineering 302

 Highly Cited 

Article Title AuthorJournal TitleVolume Issue
Automatic GNSS-enabled harvester data collection as a tool to evaluate factors affecting harvester productivity in a Eucalyptus spp. harvesting operation in Uruguay Alejandro Olivera, Rien Visser, Mauricio Acuna & Justin MorgenrothInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 271
Cable yarding productivity models: a systematic review over the period 2000–2011 Ola Lindroos & Raffaele Cavalli International Journal of Forest Engineering 272
Variation in age, annual usage and resale price of cut-to-length machinery in different regions of Europe Jukka Malinen, Juha Laitila, Kari Väätäinen & Kimmo ViitamäkiInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 272

Highly Downloaded

Article TitleAuthorJournal TitleVolumeIssue
The COST model for calculation of forest operations costs Pierre Ackerman, Helmer Belbo, Lars Eliasson, Anjo de Jong, Andis Lazdins & John LyonsInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 251
Productivity of harvesters and forwarders in CTL operations in northern Sweden based on large follow-up datasets Mattias Eriksson & Ola LindroosInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 253
Suitability of Bamboo as an Energy Resource: Analysis of Bamboo Combustion Values Dependent on the Culm’s Age Benjamin Engler, Siegmar Schoenherr, Zheke Zhong & Gero BeckerInternational Journal of Forest Engineering 232