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Challenge and Response, Strategies for Survival in a Rapidly Changing Forest Products IndustryAuthor(s): Al Schuler; Craig Adair; Paul Winistorfer
Source: Engineered Wood Journal 23-25
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionThe U.S. has long been the world's largest market for wood and wood products, fueled by its demand for wood-frame housing. But forest product markets are changing, both in terns of where the products originate (domestically or abroad),and what products are being produced and consumed.
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CitationSchuler, Al; Adair, Craig; Winistorfer, Paul. 2005. Challenge and Response, Strategies for Survival in a Rapidly Changing Forest Products Industry. Engineered Wood Journal 23-25
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