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An analysis of Pennsylvania's forest resourcesAuthor(s): Douglas S. Powell; Thomas J., Jr. Considine; Thomas J. Considine
Source: Broomall, PA: Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Resour. Bull. NE-69. 97p.
Publication Series: Resource Bulletin (RB)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionA comprehensive analysis of the current status and trends of the forest resources of Pennsylvania. Topics include forest area, timber volume, biomass, timber products, timber's role in the state's economy, growth, and removals. Forest area, volume, growth and removals are projected through 2008. A detailed treatment is glven to water, soil, minerals, fish, wildlife, and recreation as they relate to forest resources. Also identified are forest management opportunities for increasing the production of major forest resources and enhancing the benefits derived from Pennsylvania's forests.
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CitationPowell, Douglas S.; Considine, Thomas J., Jr. 1982. An analysis of Pennsylvania''s forest resources. Broomall, PA: Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, Resour. Bull. NE-69. 97p.
Keywordsforest survey, trends, projections, area, volume, growth, removals, nontimber forest resources, forest management opportunities
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