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Forest Resources of Louisiana (1991)
James F. Rosson (au). The findings of the sixth Louisiana forest survey are summarized in this report. The following seven States are included: Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Arkansas, & Tennessee. Comparisons, unless otherwise noted, are based on estimates for January 1, 1984, & January 1, 1991. Timberland area decreased by only 89,6000 acres. The predominant forest type group is still oak-gum-cypress, 4,349,900 acres. The loblolly shortleaf pine type is continuing to close the gap. Sawtimber stands occupy 59% of Louisiana’s timberland.
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