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Timber volume and type acreage on the national forests of the north Pacific region from the inventory phase of the forest surveyAuthor(s): R.W. Cowlin; F.L. Moravets
Source: PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 22, p. 1-19
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionCompletion of the forest survey of Oregon and Washington has recently made it possible to compile reliable statistics as to the forest-land areas and timber volumes of the national forests in the North Pacific Region. This region, the sixth of 10 regions into which the United States is divided for purposes of national-forest administration, includes all the national-forest land in Oregon and Washington except an area in extreme northeastern Washington that is a part of the Kaniksu National Forest of Region 1, the Northern Region, and a very small area in southern Oregon that is a part of the Klamath National Forest of Region 5, the California Region. It includes also a small area of national-forest land in northwestern California but that area and its timber are not included in the totals given here.
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CitationCowlin, R.W.; Moravets, F.L. 1937. Timber volume and type acreage on the national forests of the north Pacific region from the inventory phase of the forest survey. PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 22, p. 1-19
- Timber resource statistics for the Pacific Northwest as of January 1, 1963.
- Timber resource statistics for western Oregon, 1997.
- Timber resource statistics for Oregon.
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