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Understanding Key Issues of Sustainable Wood Production in the Pacific Northwest
Robert L. Deal (ed); Seth M. White (ed)
Outlines the barriers & opportunities for sustainable wood production (SWP) in the Pacific NW. SWP is defined as the capacity of forests to produce wood, products, & services on a long-term basis & in the context of human activity & use. In the future, the regionís wood supply will primarily come from private land, & the barriers & opportunities related to SWP will have more to do with future markets, harvest potential, land use changes, & sustainable forestry options than with traditional sustained yield outputs. Private lands in the Pacific NW should be able to sustain recent historical harvest levels over the next 50 years, but regional changes in saw-milling capacity & uncertain market conditions may affect wood production in the region. Illustrations.
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