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Domestic Market Activity in Solid Wood Products in the U.S., 1950-1998
David B. Mckeever. Solid wood (SW) is important to the constín., mfg., & shipping segments of the U.S. economy. In 1998, 19.6 billion cubic feet, roundwood equivalent, of all timber products were consumed in the U.S. About 87% of this was for industrial products, & 13% for fuelwood. SW products & pulpwood products each account for about half of the industrial roundwood consumed. This report examines SW timber products consumption in the U.S. over the past 40-45 years, relates changes in consumption to economic, social, & institutional factors during the period, & presents estimates of consumption in major end-use markets. Trends in timber products production, foreign trade, & domestic consumption over the past half century also are examined. Illus.
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