Research article Impact of uncertain end-use on wood costs and itrs implications for forest planning
Planning the utilisation of future forests requires different techniques from those used to plan the utilisation of an existing forest resource. If the end-use of a forest is defined well before utilisation, management for a specific crop can be undertaken and this can have a significant effect on wood cost, particularly pulpwood. Consequently, considerable attention should be given to a desirable structure for the future forest processing industry. (no keywords)
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