Shock wave technology for wood preservation, traditional timber building techniques and wood applications for boron adsorption from water are among the topics of papers in this issue.

This new issue contains the following articles, which are available to members through My IOM3.

In this issue

Gervais Sawyer

Pages: 1-2

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2021.1876364

Introduction of shock wave technology to fir wood preservation

M. Sanne A. Kampe C. Lenz S. Gossel S. Wagner A. Haibel E. Melcher C. Leu A. Pfriem & S. Lautner

Pages: 3-6

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2020.1838215

Image perception for adolescent of mortise-and-tenon joints in wooden buildings

Fang-Lin Chao & Tsung-Hsun Chuang

Pages: 7-21

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2020.1827860

Characterization of activated carbon, wood sawdust and their application for boron adsorption from water

Mouna Jaouadi

Pages: 22-33

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2020.1785605

Expanding the spalting palette: developing yellow, purple, and green pigments from Scytalidium ganodermophthorum

Patricia Vega Gutierrez Badria Almushardi Megan Huber Claudia Andersen R. C. Van Court & S. C. Robinson

Pages: 34-39

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2020.1780543

Comparative reliability assessment of a solid, box and I-section Nigerian-grown African birch (Anogeissus leiocarpus) timber column

U.N. Wilson A.A. Adedeji J.A. Alomaja J.E. Sani O.A. Babatunde & P. Abubakar

Pages: 40-50

DOI: 10.1080/20426445.2020.1808400

Effect of glueline treatment using tobacco stalk and leaf midrib additives on the bond strength and termite resistance of urea-formaldehyde bonded plywood

Juanito P. Jimenez Jr Menandro N. Acda & Hidelisa P. Hernandez

Vietnam Plywood

Vietnam Film Faced Plywood

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