OND Forestry, BASIS Forestry
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OND Forestry, BASIS Forestry
Bill studied at the Scottish School of Forestry, Inverness between 1986–1989. He joined the Forestry Commission as an FOIV, in 1989. He was posted to Castle Douglas Forest District with responsibility for forest management beat areas of Clatteringshaws and the Bennan. He transferred to Ayrshire Forest Distrct in 1991 as a new planting forester with an annual programme of 500+ hectares and 250 hectares of restock. After the amalgamation of Ayrshire and Castle Douglas, he transferred to Technical Development in 1997.
Forest Research Technical Development
Scotland DG1 1QB
Harvesting Machine Census 2016 (FR_TDJR173)
OutDoor Workshop 10.02 * These publications are produced by Technical Development. Some (mainly older) publications are not available online. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or phone 0300 067 5919.
Jones, W.J. (2007). Cleaning mechanised pesticide spray equipment (PDF-228K). Technical Note 17, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J. (2006). Mechanised spraying systems for herbicide use in forestry (PDF-191K). Technical Note 12, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J. (2006). Planning and managing pesticide stores (PDF-1109K). Technical Note 14, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J. (2006). Selecting nozzles for hand-held applicators (PDF-1140K). Technical Note 15, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J. (2003). Respiratory protective equipment (PDF-892K). Technical Note 6, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J. (2003). Use and effectiveness of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPS) for tree work. Health and Safety Executive Research report 123. HSE Books, Sudbury
Jones, W.J. (2002). Burning forest residues(PDF-1180K). Technical Note 4, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
Jones, W.J., Saunders, C.J. (2002). Harvesting machine census 1999 & 2001 (PDF-2025K). Technical Note 1, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.
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