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Pulpwood production in the Northeast, 1967
Neal P. Kingsley
|Statement||by Neal P. Kingsley and David R. Dickson.|
|Series||U.S.D.A. Forest Service resource bulletin NE -- 13.|
|Contributions||Dickson, David R. joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
FIGURE 4. -- The. trend in aspen pulpwood production in Michigan and its destination by State, the volume produced in (fig. 6). Minnesota TABLE 2. -- Estimate o/ the volume and number of has never been a large importer or exporter of trees cut for pulpwood by DBH, Lake States, Louisiana State University LSU Digital Commons LSU Agricultural Experiment Station Reports LSU AgCenter Pulpwood production and use in Louisiana.
land was greatest in central and northeast State. Oneida, Price, and Douglas County Wisconsin, in three Upper Michigan court- loggers cut the largest pulpwood volume. In ties bordering Wisconsin, "mscattered counties Marquette County, production jumped from in northern Lower Michigan, and in northern 5, cords in to 30, cords in Publication date Topics Pulpwood industry Southern States Statistics, Forests and forestry Southern States Statistics Publisher Asheville, N.C. ; New Orleans, La.: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station, in cooperation with Southern Pulpwood .
Pulpwood is also used as the raw material for some wood products, such as oriented strand board (OSB). [ citation needed ] There is an increasing demand for pulpwood as a source of 'green energy' by the bio-energy sector for burning and baking into charcoal. Tabulates data by States for round pulpwood, wood residues for pulping, and total pulpwood production, and lists mills using southern pulpwood, indicating their capacity and the processes used. [Cf. F.A. 27 No. KEYWORDS: Forest products \ their utilization, general statistics \ Marketing \ Pulp \ paper industry statistics \ USA Southern states pulpwood production \ USA Southern states.
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Pulpwood production in the Northeast in increased 5 percent over that in This modest increase was sufficient to push total production to over 6 million cords. Total production of all forms of pulpwood in the 14 Northeastern States amounted to 6, cords in This total represents a gain ofcords over the total Author: Neal P.
Kingsley, David R. Dickson. The annual assessment of pulpwood production and receipt for the 14 states in the Northeast Region shows that total pulpwood production was up 5 percent since Total production in was 9, cords.
The two components that make up total production, roundwood and manufacturing residue chips, both : Richard H. Widmann. Get this from a library.
Pulpwood production in the Northeast: [James T Bones; David R Dickson; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.); United States. Forest Service.].
Pulpwood production in the Northeast Broomall, PA: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Based on pulpmill receipts for 14 states, grouping pulpwood production by states, counties and species, and including pulpwood chip production from residues.
Results are compared with those ofand trends for the past 7 years are shown in graphs. KEYWORDS: Forest products \ their utilization, general statistics \ Marketing \ Marketing trends historical \ Pulp \ paper industry statistics \ Author: J.
Bones, D. Dickson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bones, James T. Pulpwood production in the Northeast, Upper Darby, Pa.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. Mills that use pulpwood as a raw material in producing insulation board and hardboard were also included in the canvass.
The production-from-roundwood statistics reported in this bulletin are based upon mill receipts, which are subject to fluctuations caused by uneven wood-inventory buildups or liquidations from year to year. Pulpwood Production in the Northeast Richard H. Widman Abstract This annual assessment of the pulpwood production and receipts for the 14 states in the Northeast Region shows that in total production reached 8, cords.
This was up 3 percent (, cords) from Pulpwood Product ion in the Northeast Richard H. Widmnn This annual report is based on a canvass of all pulpmills in the Northeast that use wood as a basic raw material to make pulp for the production of paper, insulation board, and hardboard.
Sincethe Northeastern Forest Experiment Station has conducted annual canvasses of woodpulp mills in the Northeast to estimate the production of pulpwood in the region.
The results of these canvasses are published annually by the Station. These reports are listed in the bibliography. Citation: Kingsley, Neal P. Pulpwood in the. Pulpwood Production in the Northeast Richard H. Widmann.
Abstract The annual assessment of pulpwood production and receipts for the 14 states in the northeastern region shows that total pulpwood production increased by 3 percent. Total production in was. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Widmann, Richard H.
Pulpwood production in the Northeast Radnor, Pa.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. Table Total production of pulpwood in the Northeast, by state and source, (In thousands of standard cords)a From State roundwood From manufacturing residues From all sources Connecticut Delaware Kentucky Maine Mary land Massachusetts New.
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reports on pulpwood production in the Northeast (Bones and Dicksonl, a, b, ; Nevell and Dickson ; Nevell and Bones ; Nevell and Dickson. The Pulpwood Queens' Tiara-Wearing, Book-Sharing Guide to Life by Patrick, Kathy L. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Southern forests yiel, cords of pulpwood inshattering the record by 10 percent (fig.
Roundwood production, which declined slightly inrose 9 percent in to 29, cords. The use of plant residues for pulp climbed 17. Analysis of roundwood production by county reveals several newcomers to pulpwood pro- duction, but no change in leadership.
The new- comers were largely counties in Texas, western Oklahoma, and southern Louisiana. The three Alabama counties that led southern roundwood output in retained their positions in Share this book.
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Wisconsin • Pulpwood production in Wisconsin in- creased 2 percent to million in The increased production came mainly from increased use of hardwood residues (fig. Figure 9. — Wisconsin pulpwood production species group and residues, by Aspen harvest dropped 1 percent from 1, thousand cords in.
Report on pulpwood hauling and transportation by H. Rössner,Forest Engineering Institute edition, in English.The SRS publishes data on production and, more recently, receipts of pulpwood received in pulp mills in the 13 southern states as defined by the FS.
These data are available on the production of softwood roundwood and residues and hardwood roundwood and residues by state from Sincethe quantity of receipts attributed to each state has.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.