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Estimates of timber products output and plant residues, New Mexico, 1969

Theodore S. Setzer

Estimates of timber products output and plant residues, New Mexico, 1969

by Theodore S. Setzer

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Published in Odgen, Utah .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Issued Mar. 1971

SeriesU.S. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. U.S.D.A. Forest Service research note INT-134, USDA Forest Service research note INT -- no. 134
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. illus.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25596345M

Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. Dr. Larsen received the B.S. degree in Botany (), the M.S. degree in Plant Products Pathology (), and the Ph.D. degree in Forest Mycology (). He held a position with the Canadian Forestry Service from to and joined the Center for Foresty Mycology R~search in Get this from a library! New Mexico's timber production and mill residue, [William H McLain; United States. Department of Agriculture.; Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)].

Distribution of timber removals for industrial roundwood by source of material, Plains States, Coarse 52% Fine 25% Bark 23% Coarse 45% Fine 36% Bark 19% Figure 7.—Distribution of residues generated by primary wood-using mills by type of residue, Plains States, and Sawtimber 64% Logging slash 25% Logging residue 7%. Timber Products constructed a veneer plant and a plywood plant in Medford, Oregon. In , Wil Gonyea purchased Umpqua Plywood with Jay Pritzker and the Pritzker family, a partnership that has lasted more than 60 years in various business ventures, involving four generations of Gonyeas and three generations of Pritzkers.

New Mexico Range Plants. Circular Revised by Christopher D. Allison and Nick Ashcroft College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University. Authors: Respectively, Range Management Specialist and Department Head; and Range Management Specialist, both of the Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources, New Mexico State . • A total of 77 primary forest products facilities operated in California during These included 30 sawmills, 26 bioenergy plants, 11 bark and mulch facilities, 2 veneer plants, and 8 manufacturers of other primary wood products. • California’s timber harvest was 1, million board feet (MMBF) Scribner.


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Estimates of timber products output and plant residues, New Mexico, 1969 by Theodore S. Setzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Estimates of timber products output and plant residues, New Mexico, Item PreviewPages: Estimates of timber products output and plant residues, New Mexico, / By Theodore S. Setzer and Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden.

Abstract. Caption of New Mexico Internet Topics: Forest products. The total output of industrial timber products in Florida amounted to over million cubic feet in8 percent less than 1969 book and 16 percent less than in the largest decline was in the production of roundwood products.

Production of plant byproducts in was 6 percent below that in but was well about the : Richard L. Welch, Thomas R. Bellamy. Changes in Output of Industrial Timber Products in Virginia, by Richard L.

Welch, Resource Analyst and Thomas R. Bellamy, Associate Mensurationkt Absrrocl. - Almost million cubic feet of indusrrial roundwood products were harvested from Virginia's forest inand an estimated million cubic feet ofwood residues wereleh in by: 2. Output of Industrial Timber Products Timber production and the wood products industry form a major part of the Southeast region's economy.

Between andthe combined output of industrial roundwood timber products and plant byproducts increased 3 percent to billion cubic feet. Timber products output (TPO) from roundwood was up Author: Tony G.

Johnson. Timber Products Output Research Issue. How much wood is removed each year from the northern forests can be estimated from the Forest Inventory and Analysis plot data. What cannot be determined from the field data is the ultimate extent and use of those removals, and how harvests impact forests and the regional economy.

TIMBER PRODUCTS OUTPUT (TPO): FOREST INVENTORY, TIMBER HARVEST, MILL AND LOGGING RESIDUE- ESSENTIAL FEEDSTOCK INFORMATION 5 NEEDED TO CHARACTERIZE THE NARA SUPPLY CHAIN FINAL REPORT Land managers and bioenergy specialists need definitive knowledge of woody biomass inventories and availability in the Pacific.

Output of Industrial Timber Products Note: Certain terms used in this report—retained, export, import, production, and receipts—have specialized meanings and relationships unique to the Forest Inventory and Analysis Units across the country that deal with timber product output (TPO) (fig.

All Products. products, provided jobs to nearlyemployees, and had an annual payroll in excess of $ billion. Between andthe combined output of industrial roundwood timber products and plant byproducts increased 7 percent to billion cubic feet.

Timber product output(TPO) from roundwood was up million cubic feet to billion. products and fuelwood output were only available on a national level. For these products, estimates of regional output were obtained from the “timber products output” tables in past timber assessments and resource summaries for,and (Powell et al.

of New Mexico (Hidalgo County) and the southeastern corner of Arizona (Cochise, Santa Cruz, and Pima Counties). Examples are Apache pine, Mexican blue oak, and Arizona madrone. A very small group of trees of the short-grass plains, such as plains cottonwood and little walnut, enter eastern New Mexico.

Mills manufacturing products from residues generated at primary or secondary proces- trial roundwood products output, – Resour. Bull. SE– industrial timber products in Florida, Resour.

Bull. SE– Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of. This science update contains the findings of a canvass of all primary wood-using plants in Louisiana, and presents changes in product output and residue use since It complements the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) annual inventory of volume and removals from the State’s timberland.

Increasing global demand for low-cost timber products supports a multi-billion dollar business of illegal and unsustainable logging in forests worldwide. According to some estimates, logging in violation of national laws accounts for % of global production and trade in forest products.

while the kinds of products produced by New Mexico’s forest products industry has become more diversified. In there were an estimated 44 primary forest products plants in New Mexico, similar to the 41 - 46 operating plants in (Table 1).

The number of sawmills did decline from 26 at the time of the last census in to 22 in. The harvesting of industrial roundwood products produced million cubic feet of logging residues.

Primary wood-processing mills generated million green tons of mill residues, with 63 percent of the mill residues being used for industrial fuel. Only percent of the mill residues were not used for other products.

Cover Photo. Mills producing products from residues generated at primary and secondary processors were not canvassed. Trees chipped in the woods were included in the estimate of timber drain only if they were delivered to a primary domestic manufacturer.

Citation: Gray, James A.; Bentley, James W.; Cooper, Jason A.; Wall, David J. Mississippi’s. Estimates are based on timber product output and federal employment data.

the source and volume of timber used, the products and mill residue and facilities like wood pellet plants that. The Influence of Seed Source and Stock Size on First-Year Performance of Direct Transplanted Conifer Seedlings (PDF; KB) Harrington, J.T., D.R. Dreesen, A.M. Wagner, L.

Murray, and P. Sun Proceedings of the American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation 18th National Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, JuneChanges in output of industrial timber products in Florida, Asheville, N.C.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC).

Timber removals by source of material and harvest residues generated during logging were estimated from standard product volumes using factors developed from logging utilization studies previously conducted by NRS.

To provide a complete assessment of Indiana’s timber product output.Here is an example of how to estimate how much residue cover will be left after each tillage operation: 95% (after corn harvest) x 90% (after winter) x 70% (spring chisel straight points) x 45% (spring disk tandem) x 85% (planting) = 23% residue cover after planting.

10 Ways to Leave More Residue. Follow a crop rotation sequence with high residue producing crops.The last published report of timber product output and use in Minnesota (Haugen and Jacobson ) covered a study and is used here for comparison.

When new studies are completed, errors and omissions from previous studies are corrected. As a result of our ongoing efforts to improve the efficiency and reliability of timber product output (TPO).