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Stream protection with small cable yarding systemsAuthor(s): Penn A. Peters; Chris B. LeDoux
Source: In: Water quality symposium; 1984 March 13-14; University Park, PA; Pennsylvania State University: 53-69.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionSmall cable yarder systems that can be purchased and operated by independent logging contractors have less potential negative impact on water quality than ground-based systems operating on steep terrain because they do not require such an intense road system. Stream protection costs were estimated at $3.78 per lineal foot of stream when a typical small yarder (Koller K-300) operated in a hypothetical cove hardwood stand.
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CitationPeters, Penn A.; LeDoux, Chris B. 1984. Stream protection with small cable yarding systems. In: Water quality symposium; 1984 March 13-14; University Park, PA; Pennsylvania State University: 53-69.
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