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Forest research notes, Pacific Northwest Forest Experiment Station, No. 31, November 30, 1940.Author(s): P.A. Briegleb; Theodore Kachin; L.A. Isaac; Fremont McComb; T.T. Munger
Source: PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 31, p. 1-15
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionThe pulp and paper industry in the Pacific Northwest is able to compete successfully in national and world markets primarily bemuse it is favored with dense stands of high-grade pulpwood in its back yard. This natural advantage need not be temporary. Here industry can obtain such stands continuously because it can grow them.
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CitationBriegleb, P.A.; Kachin, Theodore; Isaac, L.A.; McComb, Fremont; Munger, T.T. 1940. Forest research notes, Pacific Northwest Forest Experiment Station, No. 31, November 30, 1940. PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 31, p. 1-15
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