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Productivity of in-woods chippers processing understory biomassAuthor(s): W.F. Watson; Robert F. Sabo; B.J. Stokes
Source: Proceedings of the Council on Forest Engineering; 1986 September 29 – October 2; Mobile, AL. Auburn, AL: Auburn University. P. 69-72.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionProductivity and cost par ton are predicted for tvo in-voods chippers (Norbark 20 and 27) vhere DBH. species groups, and moisture content are varied.
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CitationWatson, W.F.; Sabo, Robert F.; Stokes, B.J. 1986. Productivity of in-woods chippers processing understory biomass. Proceedings of the Council on Forest Engineering; 1986 September 29 – October 2; Mobile, AL. Auburn, AL: Auburn University. P. 69-72.
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