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Hardwood log supply: a broader perspectiveAuthor(s): Iris Montague; Adri Andersch; Jan Wiedenbeck; Urs Buehlmann
Source: The Northern Logger & Timber Processor. April: 18-21.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAt regional and state meetings we talk with others in our business about the problems we face: log exports, log quality, log markets, logger shortages, cash flow problems, the weather. These are familiar talking points and real and persistent problems. But what is the relative importance of these problems for log procurement in different regions of the eastern United States, and how might the log supply chain work in light of contemporary challenges faced by the hardwood industry?
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CitationMontague, Iris; Andersch, Adri; Wiedenbeck, Jan; Buehlmann, Urs. 2015. Hardwood log supply: a broader perspective. The Northern Logger & Timber Processor. April: 18-21.
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