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Northern Exports of softwood products, 1980-85Author(s): James E. Granskog
Source: Northern Journal of applied forestry, Vol. 5(3), p. 215-219
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAssessment of export opportunities for softwood products from the North has been hampered by a lack of information describing foreign sales from the region. This article describes the value and volume of softwood products exported from the northern United States for 1980 through 1985. Roundwood productsmostly spruce logs from Maine and Vermont- are the largest northern softwood export. Canada, the principal market, accounted for 86% of all shipments over the 6-year period. Compilation of regional export data provides a basis for identifying opportunities for selected products in specific markets.
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CitationGranskog, James E. 1988. Northern Exports of softwood products, 1980-85. Northern Journal of applied forestry, Vol. 5(3), p. 215-219
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