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86 Percent of Tops and 54 Percent of Slabs and Edgings Unused in Central Piedmont of South CarolinaAuthor(s): William H.B. Haines
Source: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Research Notes No. 35
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionIn the West, 30 percent of pulpwood requirements are supplied by logging and mill residues. Most of this material is obtained from large lumber operations. In the Southeast, where portable sawmills and small and scattered timber tracts are characteristic, salvage is more difficult. However, the tremendous volume of available material stimulates considerable interest in its possible use for paper or fibre board. For this reason, it may be helpful to know how much is now being used and for what purposes in one typical area.
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CitationHaines, William H.B. 1953. 86 Percent of Tops and 54 Percent of Slabs and Edgings Unused in Central Piedmont of South Carolina. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Research Notes No. 35
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