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Softwood lumber prices for evaluation of small diameter timber stands in the Intermountain West.Author(s): John T. Chmelik; Roger D. Fight; R. James Barbour
Source: (Research note FPL ; RN-0270):4 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionThis paper reports prices for aggregations of lumber grades that are representative of the quality and volume of lumber produced from small-diameter timber stands in the Intermountain West area encompassing Idaho and Montana and land east of the Cascade Mountain range in Oregon and Washington. Price data are reported for Douglas Fir1Larch, Hem1Fir, ponderosa pine, and lodgepole pine. Forest managers can use the grade aggregations in conjunction with the Financial Evaluation of Ecosystem Management Activities (FEEMA) software to evaluate silvicultural treatments for small-diameter timber stands.
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CitationChmelik, John T.; Fight, Roger D.; Barbour, R. James. 1999. Softwood lumber prices for evaluation of small diameter timber stands in the Intermountain West. (Research note FPL ; RN-0270):4 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
KeywordsSoftwoods, Timber trade, Lumber, Market prices, Economic evaluation, Computer software, Western states of USA
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