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Production, harvesting and utilization of small-sized trees

Pentti Hakkila

Production, harvesting and utilization of small-sized trees

final report of the research project on the production and utilization of short-rotation wood

by Pentti Hakkila

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Published by Finnish National Fund for Research and Development in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trees -- Growth,
  • Forests and forestry -- Finland,
  • Timber,
  • Pulpwood

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPentti Hakkila, Matti Leikola, Martti Salakari.
    SeriesSarja B - Finnish National Fund for Research and Development -- n:o 46b
    ContributionsLeikola, Matti,, Salakari, Martti,, Suomen itsenäisyyden Juhlavuoden 1967 rahasto
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD396 H353
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 163 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18964772M
    ISBN 109519251847

    The utilization and potential of forest chip sources such as logging residues, small-size tree stems and stumps that are normally not harvested in conventional harvesting are described. Pear-growing areas Oriental 3 Production and utilization of pears 3 Interior valleys of central California 3 Coastal sections of central California 7 Rogue River Valley of Oregon 9 Hood River Valley of Oregon 9 Valleys of central Washington 11 Intermountain areas of Idaho, Utah, and Colorado H Central region

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    @article{osti_, title = {Utilization of residual forest biomass}, author = {Hakkila, P.}, abstractNote = {The first world-wide energy crisis in the early s resulted in an explosive increase in both the number and diversity of studies on unmerchantable tree components such as tops, branches, foliage, stumps, and roots, and on whole small-sized trees. Ecological Technologies for Small-Diameter Tree Harvesting Btyce J. Stokes John E Kiepac Abstract Production, costs, and merchantable chip re-covery values were developed for a tree-length, flail/chip, and cut-to-length system. The systems were evaluated for three representative stands: early thinning, late thinning, and a clearcut. A sensitiv-Cited by: 1.


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Production and cost of harvesting, processing, and transporting small-diameter (≤ 5 inches) trees for energyFei Pan Han-Sup Han Leonard R.

Johnson William J. Elliot Abstract Dense, small-diameter stands generally require thinning from below to improve by: The cost of harvesting, processing, and transporting small-diameter trees often exceeds revenues due to high costs associated with harvesting and.

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Information about the total volumes of these fractions by area can be obtained from the Biomass Atlas. In addition, the Biomass Atlas includes information about the annual production (i.e. growth) of these fractions.

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