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Beetle-killed spruce utilization in the Kenai peninsula.Author(s): Gary M. Scott; David W. Bormett; Nancy Ross Sutherland; Said Abubakr; Eini Lowell
Source: Tappi journal. 83(6): 48. (June 2000).
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBeetle-killed spruce can be used as a fiber source for papermaking. The presence of sap rot is a key indicator of pulpability, but other factors may also be important.
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CitationScott, Gary M.; Bormett, David W.; Sutherland, Nancy Ross.; Abubakr, Said.; Lowell, Eini. 2000. Beetle-killed spruce utilization in the Kenai peninsula. Tappi journal. 83(6): 48. (June 2000).
KeywordsDendroctonus rufipennis, Picea glauca, Insect pests, Pulpwood, Utilization, Dead trees, Picea lutzii
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