Second Edition. Written by Stephen H. Bullard, Mississippi State University Department of Forestry and Thomas J. Straka, Clemson University Department of Forest Resources. Addresses basic applications of compound interest techniques for evaluating forestry investments. Describes the most popular financial criteria for forestry investments, and has example analyses of sivicultural practices like pruning, fertilization, herbicide use, and others. Includes sections on land and timber appraisal, inflation, taxes, and computer programs. Provides a separate, thorough review of financial analysis concepts for those preparing to take the Registered Forester Exam. Plastic coil binding. 276 Pages.