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Site preparation savings through better utilization standardsAuthor(s): W.F. Watson; B.J. Stokes; I.W. Savelle
Source: In: Forest Resources Management-the Influence of Policy and Law: the Congress Forestier International Forest Congress. Quebec, Canada. p. 389-392.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis reports preliminary paper results of a study to determine the savings in the cost of site preparation that can be accomplished by the intensive utiliiation of understory biomass. mechanized sys terns can potentially be used for recovering this material.
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CitationWatson, W.F.; Stokes, B.J.; Savelle, I.W. 1984. Site preparation savings through better utilization standards. In: Forest Resources Management-the Influence of Policy and Law: the Congress Forestier International Forest Congress. Quebec, Canada. p. 389-392.
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