Changes in North Carolina"s industrial roundwood products output, 1987-1990

by Edgar L. Davenport

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station in Asheville, N.C. (P.O. Box 2680, Asheville 28802)

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  • Lumber trade -- North Carolina -- Statistics.

Edition Notes

StatementEdgar L. Davenport.
GenreStatistics.
SeriesResource bulletin SE -- 132.
ContributionsSoutheastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17785878M

Roundwood The production of roundwood rose to 6,, cords, a nearly 2 percent rise from All of this gain was from a 11 0,cord increase in softwood species. Roundwood from hardwood species ac- counted for 55 percent of the roundwood produc- tion and remained almost unchanged with only a cord : Richard H. Widmann. This report contains the findings of a canvas of all primary wood-using plants in North Carolina, and presents changes in product output and residue use since It complements the Forest Inventory and Analysis periodic inventory of volume and removals from the State's timberland. This report contains the findings of a canvass of all primary wood-using plants in Alabama, and presents changes in product output and residue use since It complements the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) periodic inventory of volume and removals from the State's timberland. The. Industrial centers also arose in the southwest, mostly in Sichuan. In the s, industrial centers in east and northeast China accounted for approximately two-thirds of total industrial output. However, by industrial centers in the north, south, and southwest had increased their share of output .

This report contains the findings of a canvass of all primary wood-using plants in Georgia and presents changes in product output and residue use since It complements the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) periodic inventory of volume and removals from the State`s timberland. The canvass. Market structure in U.S. southern pine roundwood Matthew m a,Jeffrey mon b,Douglas r a, and Robert c a Triangle Economic Research, Meridian Parkway,Durham,North Carolina, ,USA b Forestry Sciences Laboratory,Southern Research Station,USDA Forest Service, ,Research Triangle Park,North Carolina,,USA c Department of Forestry,North Cited by: Wisconsin timber industry: An assessment of timber product output and use, Forest Service resource bulletin. 52 Production and Price Change for Industrial Roundwood and Particleboard Compared with fuelwood t he change in the industrial roundwood is relatively significant in the United States (Figure 6 2). From to 5, there is a continuous decrease in the production of industrial roundwood. The decreasing rate is from % to %.

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Changes in North Carolina's industrial roundwood products output, (SuDoc A SE) [Edgar L. Davenport] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Edgar L. Davenport. Pulpwood accounted for 43 percent and saw logs 43 percent of the total roundwood production. Output of byproducts dropped 1987-1990 book nearly million cubic feet in to million cubic feet in A little over 5 million cubic feet of residues, nearly 2 percent of the total produced, were not by: 1.

Changes in North Carolina's industrial roundwood products output, Author: Edgar L Davenport ; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.). Output of Industrial Roundwood Products Output of industrial roundwood products in was over million cubic feet, up by 2 percent or 17 million cubic feet from (table 1).

Output of softwood roundwood products increased 4 percent to over million cubic feet, Changes in North Carolinas industrial roundwood products output that of hardwood roundwood products decreased slightly to million cubic feet. Softwood Cited by: 1. A total of primary wood-using plants operated in North Carolina duringan increase of more than plants, mostly sawmills, since North Carolina's output of million cubic feet of industrial roundwood exceeded receipts by 15 million cubic feet inmaking the State a net exporter of industrial by: 1.

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Changes in South Carolina's industrial timber products output, Author(s): North America north america Subject Category: Geographic EntitiesAuthor: Edgar L. Davenport, John B. Tansey.

industrial roundwood production from planted forests (see Table 5). The production from SNPF s, on the other hand, is predicted to decline in scena rios 1 and 2 and to only show a slight increase. Estimation of output price changes deriving from NAFTA start by International Trade in Forest Products.

Already supplying an estimated 27% of the world’s industrial roundwood,timber. Figure 4—Intensity of roundwood hardwood output for all industrial products in North Carolina by county, 5 6 – 10 11 – 15 > 15 Cubic feet produced per acre of census land area.

industrial roundwood. Only primary wood-using mills were canvassed. Primary mills are those that process roundwood in log or bolt form or as chipped roundwood. Examples of industrial roundwood products are saw logs, pulpwood, veneer logs, poles, and logs used for compos-ite board products.

Mills producing products from. Projecting global planted forest area developments and the associated impacts on global forest product markets. North Carolina State University, Jordan Hall B, Faucette Dr., Campus. Forest Service resource bulletin}, author = {Johnson, T G and Brown, D R}, abstractNote = {This report contains the findings of a canvas of all primary wood-using plants in North Carolina and presents changes in product output and residue use since It complements the Forest Inventory and Analysis periodic inventory of volume and removals from the State`s timberland.

Inroundwood output from Virginia's forests totaled more than million cubic feet, 4 percent more than in Mill byproducts generated from primary manufacturers increased 3 percent to.

Involume of roundwood output from Florida's forests totaled million cubic feet, 2 percent less than in Mill byproducts generated from primary manufacturers remained stable at million cubic feet. Almost all plant residues were used primarily for fuel and fiber products. Similarly, White et al.

[12] used LCA to quantify the major carbon fluxes associated with industrial roundwood production in northern Wisconsin. They found that national, state, and non-industrial. Softwoods accounted for 62 percent of North Carolina's pulpwood pro- duction in about the same as in Veneer Logs Output of veneer logs in totaled 63 million cubic feet, an 1 1 -percent decline since Veneer pro- duction accounted for about 8 percent of the State's total roundwood TPO in Cited by: 4.

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Click Download or Read Online button to HISTORICAL TRENDS OF TIMBER PRODUCT OUTPUT IN THE SOUTH book pdf for free now. This includes three components: (1) roundwood use surveys of both industrial and nonindustrial primary (roundwood) timber products users as well as residue types and amounts generated and sold by primary processing industry sectors, (2) determination of logging utilization rates, and (3) combining logging utilization information with TPO.

Only primary wood-using mills were canvassed. Primary mills are those that process roundwood in log or bolt form or as chipped roundwood. Examples of industrial roundwood products are saw logs, pulpwood, veneer logs, poles, and logs used for composite board products.

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Inindustrial roundwood output from North Carolina’s forests totaled million cubic feet, 1 percent more than in Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N.C.): Aboveground volume of hardwoods in the mountain region of North Carolina / (Asheville, N.C.: Dept.

of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), also by Noel D. Cost and United States Forest Service (page images at. We performed research in the Southern Cone of South America and in North Carolina USA that examined logging production, costs, innovation, and capacity.

We compare the findings of this timber harvesting research up until between South America and the U.S. South, and draw conclusions regarding comparative forestry sector economic advantages. Logging production rates per firm have Author: Patricio Mac Donagh, Joshua Roll, George Hahn, Frederick Cubbage.

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A likelihood ratio test (χ 2 (10) =P Cited by: 7. This report presents statistical information on the production, trade, consumption, and price of timber products in the United States. Although national data are shown for the most part, some material is given for regions, States, and Canada.

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U.S. consumption of wood and paper products required input to make products produced in the United States (for domestic consumption) plus roundwood required to make imported products. This consumption of roundwood to meet the needs of U.S.

consumers (including fuelwood) increased % per year between andfrom to billion ft3.The parameters shown in Table 2 were used for converting to weight of carbon either the volumes of solidwood (roundwood, chips and particles, wood residues, sawnwood, other industrial wood, wood-based panels and solidwood finished products) or the weights of pulp and paper reported by the statistical sources.

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