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Pulpwood production and consumption in the Northeast, 2001
Iris G. Baker
2005 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station in Newtown Square, PA .
Written in English
|Statement||Iris G. Baker, Bruce G. Hansen, Melody S. Akers|
|Series||Resource bulletin NE -- 162|
|Contributions||Hansen, Bruce G., Akers, Melody S., United States. Forest Service. Northeastern Research Station|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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This study reports a decrease in pulpwood production by more than 18 percent in the 13 Northeastern states from to Pulp production comprised million cords of roundwood and almost million cords of wood fiber from mill residues.
Consumption of pulpwood at mills in the Northeast declined about percent during the same period Cited by: 1. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Baker, Iris C.
Pulpwood production and consumption in the Northeast, 40 p. (OCoLC) Material Type. Pulpwood Production in the Forest Service Northeast-1 Total consumption of pulpwood at mills in the region was 9, cords, down by 69, cords (1 percent). The Table Total production of pulpwood in the Northeast, by state and source, (In thousands of standard cords)a FromAuthor: Richard H.
Widmann. While pulpwood production has had its ups and downs over the years, it appears to have peaked in This was a time of major paper industry consolidations, when large companies became much larger and began “rationalizing” production.
The drop in pulpwood production accompanied the drop in pulpmill capacity shown in Figure Size: KB. million green tons in InU.S. annual pulpwood production dropped to its lowest level since Eight U.S. pulpmills closed inmaking a total of 59 wood-using pulpmills that either have stopped using roundwood or have closed since ; and 20 of those are in the South.
The same downward trend is reflected in this report, whichCited by: 1. pine and hardwood pulpwood trade, on average, at nearly the same price. Pulpwood consumption peaked in in the South but the industry did not begin to shut significant pulp mill capacity until Pine pulpwood supply was high and prices began to fall.
Bysawlog harvest, driven by a booming housing market, accountedFile Size: 1MB. Buy Logging and pulpwood production on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. County and Parish Production Table A.5 summarizes pulpwood production in the South by source of wood, State, year, and number of mills for through Tables A.6 through A report county and parish (herein county) patterns of roundwood pulpwood.
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Canada 2. USA 3. Sweden 4. Finland 5. Japan 6. Russia 7. China 8. Germany 9. India. The production of wood pulp is an important industry in many countries of the world. ADVERTISEMENTS: The major producers of the wood pulp are shown. Table A.5 summarizes pulpwood production in the South by source of wood, State, year, and number of mills for through Tables A.6 through A report county and parish (herein county) patterns of roundwood pulpwood production for domestic pulpmills.
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Piva NOTE: This report includes all primary products made from reconstituted wood fiber In addition to wood pulp, this. 60% of pulpwood & chip production was mixed hardwoods, while 40% was softwood.
Softwood pulpwood & chip species included mostly white pine, hemlock, and spruce. Species Breakdown-Survey Reported Log Production, Consumption Approximately fixed locations, traditional sawmills were known to operate in New York during Jack pine was the major softwood species harvested with 42 percent of all softwood production.
The Northwest and Northeast Survey Units were the top pulpwood producing areas in Wisconsin with 39 percent and 38 percent of total pulpwood production respectively (fig.
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Howard. Roundwood production for pulp and wood-based panel mills was million cubic meters in up slightly from It is expected that roundwood pulpwood consumption will increase during Pulpwood supplied from residues should continue to increase in relative to Roundwood due to and improving housing market and wood products industry.
pulpwood production, while hardwoods accounted for the remainder (table 3). Roundwood Roundwood continues to be the primary fiber source used in pulp manufacture, accounting for 71 percent of the total pulpwood production (fig.
Overall, the South’s roundwood production was up 9 percent in to a total of million cords (table 4). North America. Indeed, consumption of some products, such as newsprint, coated printing and writing paper, boxboard and linerboard, is increasing much more rapidly (see Figure 1).
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Forest operations use large amounts of energy, which must be considered when life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology is applied to forest products. Forest management practices differ considerably between countries and may also differ within a country. This paper aims to identify and compare the environmental burdens from forest operations in Sweden and Spain focused on Cited by: The production of pulpwood from round- wood increased 1, cords-a 32 percent increase over The 5, cords of roundwood produced in represents the highest production level attained since the an- nual production surveys were initiated in the Northeast in The pulpwood production from round-Author: James T.
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Over the period pulpwood logs consumption increased on average of % per year while sawlogs and veneer logs increased only % per year. In fact the increase in industrial roundwood is below projections made in the past. A FAO study (Whiteman, Brown and Bull, ) estimated that the global consumption of industrial roundwood wouldFile Size: 1MB.
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The wood fiber sources required for pulping are "45% sawmill residue, 21% logs and chips, and 34% recycled paper".
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The industry that grows manages and harvests trees for lumber poles posts pulpwood and many other commodities is?Receipts of pulpwood at woodpulp mills in the Northeast totaled 6, cords indown 21 percent from These receipts included wood harvested in the Northeast and pulpwood imported from other regions.
Hardwood receipts exceeded those of softwoods bycords. Total receipts exceeded total production by ,Author: James T. Bones, David R. Dickson.