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Forestry implications of agricultural short-rotation woody crops in the USAAuthor(s): Peter J. Ince; Alexander N. Moiseyev
Source: Forest policy for private forestry : global and regional challenges. Wallingford, UK : CABI Publishing, 2002: Pages 177-188
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe purpose of this chapter is to discuss forestry implications of SRWC based on an economic analysis. As with the development of paper recycling, anticipating forestry implications of agricultural SRWC will depend in part on anticipating market conditions and economic impacts of technological developments. This chapter presents an analytic framework and market outlook for agricultural SRWC as wood fibre crops in the USA and considers some potential implications for forestry.
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CitationInce, Peter J.; Moiseyev, Alexander N. 2002. Forestry implications of agricultural short-rotation woody crops in the USA. Forest policy for private forestry : global and regional challenges. Wallingford, UK : CABI Publishing, 2002: Pages 177-188
KeywordsShort-rotation forestry, USA, forest economics, economic analysis
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