6 edition of Pulpwood production in the North Central Region, 1992 found in the catalog.
Pulpwood production in the North Central Region, 1992
1994 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station in Saint Paul, Minn .
Written in English
|Statement||Ronald L. Hackett and Ronald J. Piva|
|Series||Resource bulletin NC -- 159|
|Contributions||Piva, Ronald J, North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
The existence of a wood economy, or more broadly, a forest economy (in many countries a bamboo economy predominates), is a prominent matter in many developing countries as well as in many other nations with a temperate climate and especially in those with low are generally the countries with greater forested areas. The uses of wood in furniture, buildings, bridges, and as a. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Southern timber market is the major source of both softwood and hardwood pulpwood in the US. In , three-fourths of total US pulpwood production was produced in the region. The locations of pulpmills and fiber sources determine the patterns of pulpwood trade between the states. Lake States pulpwood production increased to million cords in Central States pulpwood production decreased 19%--from thousand cords in to thousand cords in Plains States pulpwood production was thousand cords. Pulpwood production is shown by county and species group for Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
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Get this from a library. Pulpwood production in the North Central Region, [Ronald L Hackett; Ronald J Piva; North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)].
North Central Forest Experiment Station Forest Service - U.S. Department of Agriculture Folwell Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota Published in Resource Bulletin NC Pulpwood Production in the North-Central Region, Ronald J. Piva. Full text of "Pulpwood production in the North-Central NC Ronald J.
Piva North Central Research Station Forest Service — U.S. Department of Agriculture Folwell Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota www. f ed. us CONTENTS Page Lake States 3 Production 3 Receipts 14 Industry Trends and Analysis 1 6 Central States Pulpwood Production In The North-Central Region, Ronald J.
Piva t NOTE: This report includes all primary products Partic]eboard mills were in their infancy before made from reconstituted woodfiber. In addition to and used primarily aspen and wood resi-•. Pulpwood Production in the North-Central Region, Ronald L.
Hackett and W. Brad Smith Pulpwood constitutes more than half the indus- Because particleboard mills were in their infancy trial timber products harvested annually in the before and use primarily aspen and wood.
ulpwood constitutes more than half the industrial timber products harvested annually in the Lake States (Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin) and is an important product in the Central 1992 book (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Missouri) and the Plains States (Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota).
Current detailed information about pulpwood production2 is necessary for intelligent plan. Pulpwood production in the North-Central Region, Engineered lumber was included in this report in Together, these products are called particleboards, and all mills manu- facturing these boards will be called particle- board mills in this paper.
Topics: pulpwood, pulpwood production. '3 $ United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station Resource Bulletin NC Pulpwood Production in the North-Central Region, Ronald L. Hackett and Ronald J. Piva The policy of the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color.
Pulpwood production in the North Central Region by county, [St. Paul]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Pulpwood Production in the North–Central Region, Ronald J.
Piva About the Author: Ronald J. Piva, Forester, received a B.S. in forest management from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He joined the Forest Service in and has been working with the North Central Station’s Forest Inventory and Analysis unit since.
Get this from a library. Pulpwood production in the North Central Region by county, [James E Blyth; W Brad Smith; North Central Forest Experiment. Describing the annual volume of pulpwood cut, plus the annual wood residue volume produced by sawmills, veneer mills, etc., used for pulp, particleboards, waferboards, oriented strand board or medium density fibreboard in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Missouri.
North Central Forest Experiment Station Forest Service - U.S. Department of Agriculture Folwell Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota Manuscript approved for publication Novem PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE NORTH CENTRAL REGION BY COUNTY, James E.
Blyth, Principal Market Analyst, and W. Brad 1992 book, Associate Mensurationist. Figure 2.—Pulpwood production in the Central States by state, softwood, hard hardwood, soft hardwood, and product form, Figure 3.—Pulpwood production in the Central States by softwood and hardwood, product form, and mill type, and 0 50 Illinois Indiana Iowa Missouri Pulpwood production (thousand standard cords.
Figure 2.—Pulpwood production in the Central States by state, softwoods and hardwoods, and product form, Figure 3.—Pulpwood production in 1992 book Central States by softwoods and hardwoods, product form, and mill type, and 0 50 Illinois Indiana Iowa Missouri Pulpwood production (thousand standard cords) State.
Involume of roundwood products removed from North Carolina's forests totaled million cubic feet-8 percent more than in Mill byproducts generated from primary manufacturers increased 8 percent to million cubic feet.
Almost all of the plant residues were. Download Citation | On Jan 1,Ronald J. Piva published Pulpwood Production in the North-Central Region, | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. North Central, and West regions from to were used. The data for the southern regions are based on the SRS data reports, which provide a data series for more than 30 years.
The trends of this data series are consistent with other indicators of pulpwood use in the region, such as wood pulp production. The USDA Forest Service publishes annual pulpwood production reports in the North Central, Northeastern, and Southern regions.
Most of these reports have data for pulpwood receipts in the roundwood and residues categories. However, the type of survey used to collect the data varies by region, and some regions understate total pulp mill. Pulpwood production from roundwood accounted for nearly 85 percent of the Northern Region total, but wood residues accounted for more than 60 percent of the pulpwood production in the Central States group (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Missouri) (Fig.
The Central States group has only one pulp mill, so most of the pulpwood production is in the. Pulpwood production in the north central region by county (DLC) (OCoLC) Online version: Pulpwood production in the north central region by county (Online) (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors.
“Demand from European power companies will have a tremendous impact on forests in this region,” Stuber said. “Timberland owners are likely to benefit from the added demand.” The forest products industry in Georgia, Florida and Alabama employs almostpeople.
South Central Region led in the production of pulpwood. This region supplied million cords compared to the Southeast region's production of million cords (table 1). Alabama continued to lead the South with million cords of pulpwood produced in (fig.
1), an increase of 8 percent from Georgia’s production increased. Pulpwood production in the South Central region (Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas) increased 2 percent, from million cords to million cords.
Softwood pulp-wood production was upcords, or nearly 2 percent, in the region, while hardwood production increasedfor pulpwood.
Southern production increased by 2 percent in to miltion cords, or nearty million green tons. Inthe South Central region (previously referred to as the Midsouth), which now includes the state of Kentucky, led in the production of pulpwood.
This region. pulpwood. Forest stands of any type in any region always contain some volume of small or poor quality trees. Pulpmills provide a high-volume outlet for these trees.
The USDA Forest Service (USFS) has been reporting pulpmill capacity and pulpwood production in the South since in an annual Resource Bulletin entitled Southern Pulpwood Production.
a decline in southern pulpwood production. This is the first time in more than 50 years of reporting that this has occurred in the South.
After a 2-percent decline in to million cords, southern pulpwood production was down another 5 percent in to million cords, or million green tons. Inthe South Central region. units are converted to standard cords with regional conversion factors. Pulpwood Inthe Midsouth led in the production of pulp- woodl strpplying million cords compared to the Southeast's production of million cords (table 1).
From a record million cords inpulpwood production fell 2 percent in to. 14 states in the Northeast Region shows that total pulpwood production was up by less than 1 percent since Total production in was 9, cords. Roundwood production rose by 2 percent to 6, cords, and production of manufacturing residue chips for pulp declined.
The annual assessment of pulpwood production and receipts for the 14 states in the Northeast Region shows that total pulpwood production was down by less than 1 percent since Total production in was 9, cords. Roundwood production rose by less than 1 percent to 6, cords, and. Pulpwood Model see "Modeling Future Technological Change and Fiber Consumption in the Pulp and Paper Industry," by James L.
Howard and others, in this Proceedings.) This is an economic model of the North American pulp and paper industry that projects regional levels of production, fiber requirements, and pulpwood consumption over a year period.
South Central region’s (Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas) pulpwood production declined 7 percent from million cords to million cords.
The Southeast’s (Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia) production declined 2 percent from million cords to. increase insouthern pulpwood production was down by 2 percent in to million cords, or million green tons.
Inthe South Central region (consisting of Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas) led in the production of pulpwood.
This region supplied million. cords to million cords. Softwood pulpwood production was downcords, or nearly 3 percent, in the region, while hardwood production declinedcords, or 7 percent. The South Central region’s production was down 22 percent, or million cords ( million green tons) from the peak year of Between andthe.
southern pulpwood production for the third year in a row. After a 2-percent decline in to million cords, a 5-percent decline in to million cords, southern pulpwood production was down another 6 percent in to million cords, or million green tons.
Inthe South Central region (consisting of Alabama, Arkansas. The line was Illinois Central’s old Baton Rouge, Hammond & Eastern branch which had been built in and abandoned on March 1, For a few years after abandonment, the line was leased by the Natalbany Lumber Co.
which ran pulpwood trains to Bogalusa from its operations just north. Pulpwood production in the South Central region (Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas) increased 9 percent, from to million cords. Softwood pulpwood production was up million cords, or nearly 9 percent, in the region, while hard-wood production increasedcords, or 11 percent.
The following North Carolina standing timber price information is reported on a quarterly basis for North Carolina. The price report provides state-wide, average standing timber prices for pine, oak, and mixed hardwood sawtimber, pine chip-n-saw, and pine and hardwood pulpwood.
This information is made possible through an agreement with Timber Mart-South. Louisiana State University LSU Digital Commons LSU Agricultural Experiment Station Reports LSU AgCenter Pulpwood production and use in Louisiana.
WRI publishes the market report the North American Wood Fiber Review. The page report, established in has readers in a large number of forest and energy companies in North America and Europe.
The publication tracks prices of sawlog, pulpwood, wood chip and biomass in 15 key markets of the US and Canada. Hardwood pulpwood represented the third largest harvest behind pine pulpwood and pine sawtimber.
Prices for pine pulpwood stumpage in the South increased from an average of $ per ton in to about $ in Much of this price appreciation occurred between and at an annual average growth rate of about 7 percent. Rising pulpwood.THE manufacture of paper from wood pulp began on a commercial scale inas before that date the raw material ordinarily used was cotton and linen rags, esparto grass, straw, and hemp.
The.Based on pulpmill receipts for 14 states, grouping pulpwood production by states, counties and species, and including pulpwood chip production from residues.
Results are compared with those ofand trends for the past 7 years are shown in graphs. KEYWORDS: Forest products \ their utilization, general statistics \ Marketing \ Marketing trends historical \ Pulp \ paper industry statistics \.