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Accession Number PB2012-114624
Title California's Forest Products Industry and Timber Harvest, 2006.
Publication Date Aug 2012
Media Count 56p
Personal Author C. E. Keegan G. A. Christensen J. P. Brandt K. E. Songster T. A. Morgan
Abstract The report traces the flow of California's 2006 timber harvest through the primary wood products industry (i.e., firms that process timber into manufactured products such as lumber, as well as facilities such as pulp mills and particle-board plants, which use the wood fiber or mill residue directly from timber processors) and provides a description of the structure, condition, and economic impacts of California's forest products industry. Historical wood products industry changes are discussed, as well as trends in harvest, production, mill residue, and sales. Also examined are employment and worker earnings in the state's primary and secondary forest product industry.
Keywords California
Economic impact
Pulp mills
Structural timber
Wood products industry

Source Agency Forest Service Pacific Northwest for and Range EXP
NTIS Subject Category 48D - Forestry
71R - Wood & Paper Products
Corporate Author Forest Service, Portland, OR. Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1226
Contract Number N/A

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