Seventh conference of the AFHS, Christchurch, NZ, Jan-Feb 2007
The Seventh Conference of the Australian Forest History Society was held between 29 January to 2 February 2007 in Christchurch, New Zealand. and was followed by the West Coast Study Trip, 3 to 5 February 2007.
A selection of papers from this conference has been published as a special edition of the journal Environment and History; Vol.14 No.4, November 2008 Special Issue – Trans-Tasman Forest History, edited by Brett J. Stubbs, Paul Star and Michael M. Roche.
Special issue contents
Editorial Brett J. Stubbs, Paul Star and Michael M. Roche
The Banks Peninsula Forests and Akaroa Cocksfoot:Explaining a New Zealand Forest TransitionVaughan Wood, Eric Pawson
Environmental Failure, Success and Sustainable Development: The Hauraki Plains Wetlands Through Four Generations of New Zealanders Matthew Hatvany
Forest Conservation and the Reciprocal Timber Trade between New Zealand and New South Wales, 1880s-1920s Brett J. Stubbs
Imperial Ethos, Dominions Reality: Forestry Education in New Zealand and Australia, 1910-1965Michael M. Roche, John Dargavel
Trees of Gold and Men Made Good? Grand Visions and Early Experiments in Penal Forestry in New South Wales, 1913-1938 Benedict Taylor
Tree Planting in Canterbury, New Zealand, 1850-1910 Paul Star
Colonial Geographies of Settlement: Vegetation, Towns, Disease and Well-Being In Aotearoa/New Zealand, 1830s-1930s James Beattie