- Residual stand damage after shovel logging and conventional ground skidding in an Appalachian hardwood stand. Egan, Andrew F. // Forest Products Journal;Jun99, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p88
Presents information on a study which compared the residual stand damage to residual Appalachian hardwood stands after yarding using shovel logging and conventional rubber-tied skidding. Methods of the study; Results and discussion; Conclusions.
- Service lives and physical depreciation of capital assets in the Canadian wood industry Trelawny, Peter M. // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;May1997, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p649
A variety of assumptions concerning the service lives and physical depreciation of capital assets have been made in previous economic studies of the manufacturing of wood products in Canada. However, the existing literature offers little evidence for choosing among these important...
- Illegal logging. // Forestry & British Timber;Oct2002, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p5
Reports on the draft action plan designed to combat illegal logging and smuggling of timber agreed between the governments and non-governmental organizations in Great Britain and Indonesia. Logging control policies; Cooperation in trade data collection and trade monitoring; Implications for...
- LOGGING ILLOGIC. Haugen, Christine // World Watch;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p23
Focuses on the issue of illegal logging. Percentage of illegal cut woods supporting world needs; Lists of crimes accounted to illegal loggers; Need of community involvement in forest management.
- Limits on the usefulness of erosion-hazard ratings: experiences in northwestern California Rice, R. M.; Gradek, P. D. // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;Aug1984, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p559
No abstract available.
- Texas timber harvesting halted. // Forest Products Journal;Feb98, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the ruling of a federal court judge barring all timber harvesting in Texas' four national forests until the Forest Service can demonstrate its compliance with the National Forest Management Act (NFMA). Lawsuit filed by the Sierra Club, Wilderness Society and the Texas Committee on...
- Australia: Expert calls for no further logging limits. // CFA Newsletter;Dec2012, Issue 59, p14
The article focuses on the call of forest industry expert on the forest management plan of Australia to stop further limiting of areas to be logged due to conservation reserves.
- MATCHING SKIDDER SIZE TO WOOD HARVESTED TO INCREASE HARDWOOD FIBER AVAILABILITY: A CASE STUDY. LeDoux, Chris B. // Forest Products Journal;Oct2000, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p86
Integrating what we know about growing trees with what we know about harvesting them can increase the economic availability of wood fiber and add value to future crops. Results for the oak/hickory forest type in West Virginia show that up to 1,736.61 ft.[sup 3]/ac. of wood fiber can be harvested...
- Response of herpetofaunal communities to forest cutting... McLeod, Roderick F.; Gates, J. Edward // American Midland Naturalist;Jan98, Vol. 139 Issue 1, p164
Evaluates the relationship between herpetofaunal communities and forest management, specifically logging and prescribed burning, on the Atlantic coastal plain of Maryland. Materials and methods utilized on the study; Number of individuals of herpetofaunal and small mammal taxa captured in four...