A Study of the Effects of the Application of Marking Rules upon Stand Conditions in a Spruce-Fir Forest in Eastern Maine
Date Published: 1956
- Drisko, Williams H.
University of Maine Graduate School
The wood-using industries of Maine are becoming more and more concerned with a permanent supply of raw material and forest management is developing rapidly today as a consequence. The former emphasis on procuring timber as cheaply as possible is giving way to interest in managing forest lands in such a manner as to get the maximum sustained production. The growing of timber must be considered as much a part of the business of lumber or pulp production as the manufacturing process.
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