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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1968) 13(2): 191–202
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Assessment of Logging Productivity for aPInus radiata Thinning Operation

L.S. King

Two ways of using time study data for the pre-assessment of logging thinning production levels are discussed. One is by means of a detailed construction of the work content using the basic element times and the other is by development of linear models from multiple regression analysis. The latter method encourages wider use of the initial time study results and provides a better understanding of the factors that affect the planning and ultimate economics of logging thinning.
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