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    Author(s): Philip M. McDonald; Raymond V. Whiteley
    Date: 1972
    Source: Journal of Forestry. 70(2): 80-83
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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    A case study on the Challenge Experimental Forest, California, demonstrated that logging along roadsides need not despoil roadside stands. Nearly every tree was "viewed" before marking. Because of the "special-care" procedures followed, combined logging and slash-disposal cost was about twice that of a single-tree selection cut.

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    McDonald, P.M.; Whiteley, R. V. 1972. Logging a roadside stand to protect scenic values. Journal of Forestry. 70(2): 80-83.

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