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Type: Book Chapter
Author(s): John W. Henley
Publication Date: 1981

ANNOTATION: This study highlights the results of a study of the economic feasibility of harvesting dead lodgepole pine for fuel and products. Costs, production rates, and recoverable wood volumes were obtained from a 3-month study of a whole-tree logging operation in which dead lodgepole was harvested for fuel and products.

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Citation: Henley, John W. 1981. Technical and economic aspects of harvesting dead lodgepole pine for energy. Pages 213-215 In: Harvesting and Utilization Opportunities for Forest Residues in the Northern Rocky Mountains: Symposium Proceedings 1979, November 28-30, 1979, Missoula, MT. General Technical Report INT-GTR-110. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.

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  • energy
  • harvesting
  • lodgepole pine
  • Oregon
  • residues
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FRAMES Record Number: 7623