Number 4 / Winter 1979

Table of Contents

Research Contributions

Accreditation and SWST
Frank H. Kaufert
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239-240
Atlanta Revisited
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241-242
H. M. Barnes
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243-258
Weyerhaeuser Research Skill Requirements and Implied Educational Needs
F. K. Guthrie
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259-263
George H. Atherton
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264-274
Forecast of Forest Service Needs for Scientists Trained in Wood Science and Technology
R. L. Ethington
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275-279
Nonconventional Job Opportunities for Wood Science and Technology Students or Wood Chips for A Challenge
Dean W. Huber
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280-283
Wood Science and Technology—Past, Present, and Future
James Bethel
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284-290
The Panel-Audience Discussion Session
Robert Erickson
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291-299
Forest Products Technician Programs in The United States and Canada: An Swst Education Committee Report
John P. Howe
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300-303