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A composite cordwood volume table for pulpwood species in the Lake StatesAuthor(s): S.R. Gevorkiantz
Source: Technical Note 241. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. 1 p.
Publication Series: Technical Note
Station: Lake States Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionBecause there is very little difference in the stacked unpeeled volumes of most native trees cut for pulpwood in the Lake States, a generalized cordwood table can be used. Tech. Note 202 (Aug. 1943) presented a table for trees from 6 to 14 inches d.b.h. and 1 to -7 bolts in usable height. Because of the demand for similar information for both smaller and larger trees, a new table of greater range has been prepared.
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CitationGevorkiantz, S.R. 1945. A composite cordwood volume table for pulpwood species in the Lake States. Technical Note 241. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station. 1 p.
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