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Pulpwood resources of western Oregon and western Washington (from inventory and growth phase of forest survey).Author(s): H.J. Andrews; R.W. Cowlin; F.L. Moravets; W.H. Meyer
Source: PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 17, p. 1-23
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionIncreasing attention is being given to the possibility of making the United States permanently self sufficient in its paper, pulp, and pulpwood requirements. A steady increase in consumption of paper and other wood-cellulose products, accompanied by a corresponding increase in imports of paper, pulp, and pulpwood, has aroused considerable interest in the quantity of standing timber in this country suitable for pulpwood. Any significant expansion of pulpwood production in the United States can take place only in the Pacific Northwest, in Alaska, or in the South.
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CitationAndrews, H.J.; Cowlin, R.W.; Moravets, F.L.; Meyer, W.H. 1935. Pulpwood resources of western Oregon and western Washington (from inventory and growth phase of forest survey). PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 17, p. 1-23
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