Louisiana"s timber industry

an assessment of timber product output and use, 2002
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United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station , Asheville, NC
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StatementJame W. Bentley, Michael Howell, and Tony G. Johnson.
SeriesResource bulletin SRS ;, 103
ContributionsHowell, Michael, 1947-, Johnson, Tony G.
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LC ClassificationsSD11 .R47 no. 103, HD9757.L8 .R47 no. 103
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Open LibraryOL3461068M
LC Control Number2005414476

Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: "Inindustrial roundwood output from Louisiana's forests totaled million cubic feet, 10. Get this from a library. Louisiana's timber industry--an assessment of timber product output and use, [James W Bentley; Michael Howell; Tony G Johnson; United States.

Forest Service. Southern Research Station.] -- Inindustrial roundwood output from Louisiana's forests totaled million cubic feet, 28 percent more than in Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Inindustrial roundwood output from Louisiana's forests.

Louisiana's timber industry: an assessment of timber product output and use, Author: James W Bentley ; Michael Howell ; Tony G Johnson ; United States. Louisiana's timber industry, an assessment of timber product output and use (DLC) (OCoLC) Louisiana's timber industry, an assessment of timber product output and use (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper.

Louisiana’s timber industry— timber product output and use, e-Science Update–SRS— Asheville, NC: U.S.

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Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 6 p. Posted Date: Janu ; Modified Date: Decem Author: David J. Wall, James W. Bentley, Jason A. Cooper, James A. Gray, Michael Blazier, Shawn M. Tanger. SRS; Publications; Current: Louisiana's timber industry - an assessment of timber product output and use, Louisiana's timber industry - an assessment of timber product output and use, Cited by: 1.

Louisiana’s forestlands cover about 50% of the state’s land area – million acres. The primary responsibilities of the office are to: suppress timberland wildfires; promote sound forest management practices; disseminate information; facilitate educational programs; produce reforestation seedlings; enforce timber-related laws.

The Louisiana Forestry Association was formed in to foster the practice of forestry, to rebuild the state's cut-over lands, and to build a healthy forest industry. Now, more than 50 years later, forests cover 48% of the state's land area and forestry is the second largest manufacturing employer in Louisiana.

This study is a general history of the rice industry of Southwestern Louisiana, an industry located on the clay pan prairie soil of the Southwestern parishes of Acadia, Allen, Calcasieu, Cameron, Evangeline, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, St.

Landry, and Vermilion. Louisiana's timber industry - an assessment of timber product output and use, Abstract. Inindustrial roundwood output from Louisiana's forests totaled million cubic feet, 10 percent less than in Mill byproducts generated from primary manufacturers decreased 4 percent to million cubic by: 2.

Louisiana’s timber industry-timber product output and use, e-Science Update–SRS Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station.

4 p. Posted Date: Septem ; Modified Date: Septem Cited by: 1. Louisiana's Stream Control Commission ;: They took the word effluent off of industry's black list by applying horse sense and science to the disposal problem (Wildlife education bulletin) [Fitzner, Stan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Louisiana's Stream Control Commission ;: They took the word effluent off of industry's black list by applying horse sense and science to. Louisiana is strategically located, making the state a prime environment for natural resource production and agriculture.

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Oil, natural gas, commercial fishing, chemicals, and agriculture are five industries that are a vital part of the state’s economy. Reports Forestry Reports Louisiana Timber and Pulpwood Production Report.

The Louisiana Timber and Pulpwood Production Report, published by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry – Office of Forestry, is an annual report of total forest products severed and tax receipts received by parish and species plus estimated stumpage values. The peak of Michigan’s great timber harvest was reached in when mills cut a total of billion board feet of lumber, mostly pine.

By the boom’s end, logging had stripped million acres, none of which was replanted, leaving vast tracts of barren wasteland. THE DEFINITIVE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SOURCE FOR BUILDING WITH WOOD― NOW IN A THOROUGHLY UPDATED SIXTH EDITION.

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Louisiana offer little in the way of mountainous operations and stiff grades, as the state is almost completely flat (saving railroads from the headache of such operations).

While from a railfan perspective this might be a bit visually boring, the Pelican State is an important source of both originating and terminating traffic with the Port of. Logging in the Ottawa Valley - The Ottawa River and the Lumber Industry The decline of the fur trade along the Ottawa River was countered by a boom in the river valley’s forest industry.

Initially, settlers engaged in lumbering during the winter season to provide an economic Size: 3MB. Statement of the Problem: The purpose of this study was to investigate the lumber industry as it has progressed generally in Louisiana, and in particular as it has appeared in the longleaf pine district of southwest Louisiana during the general periodand, through this investigation, to learn what elements and patterns of a cultural.

Agriculture is one of Louisiana’s most important industries, ranking in the top three along with petrochemical industry and tourism. State commercial fishing produces 25 percent of all seafood in the nation, putting Louisiana at No.

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Louisiana's Timber Industry— An Assessment of Timber Product Output and Use, February Southern Research Station P.O. Box Asheville, NC The Authors: James W. Bentley is a Resource Forester, Michael Howell is a Resource Forester, and Tony G.

Johnson is a Resource AnalystCited by: 1. Such resources promote a strong forest products industry in the United States. The U.S. produces around billion cubic feet of industrial roundwood, distinctly less than a decade earlier.

The most important products incorporating industrial roundwood are lumber, pulp products. Logging Industry lumber The major steps in producing lumber involve logging (the felling and preparation of timber for shipment to sawmills), sawing the logs into boards, grading the boards according to defects and intended use, drying, and finishing the rough boards into smoother products.

The Australian Timber Handbook is designed to assist producers and users of timber by submitting, in precise and practical form, the more important features affecting timber in its various stages of manufacture and use.

Origin­ ally written by an experienced Australian timber man, Norman K. Wallis. Timber Country: Logging in the Great Pacific Northwest by Earl Roberge (Caxton Printers, Ltd. ) (). This is an enormous folio-sized art book on the timber industry on the Pacific Coast and in the Pacific Northwest.

It's full of beautiful lithographs rather than photos, and the pictures are all of enormous trees that have been felled.4/5.

Serena is a novel by Ron in s North Carolina, the novel tells the story of newlywed couple Serena and George Pemberton and their timber business. It was listed as #34 on the New York Times Bestseller list for Hardcover Fiction in the November 2,issue of The New York Times Book Review.

It has been adapted into a film by the same name starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Author: Ron Rash. It is delineated from its neighbours—Arkansas to the north, Mississippi to the east, and Texas to the west—by both natural and man-made boundaries. The Gulf of Mexico lies to the south. The total area of Louisiana includes about 4, square miles (12, square km) of.

Harold A. Petersen and Timothy F. Reilly, "Louisiana," World Book Online Americas Edition (14 August ). U.S. Department of Agriculture: National Agricultural Statistics Service, "Louisiana State Agriculture Overview, ", 3 January(12 January ). The Louisiana Redbones.

by Don C. Marler June/July Dr. Brent Kennedy offered a definition of Melungeons in his book, The Melungeons: Resurrection of a Proud People, In the central Louisiana area the timber industry is still a main source of labor for many.

In recent years timber values in the south have, on average, risen substantially. Concurrently, timber theft has also greatly increased. Timber theft in Louisiana is a major problem.

This has brought increased scrutiny to bear on the state’s timber theft statutes, and how they relate to particular theft situations and to the question of Size: KB.Fishing is a major industry; shrimp, menhaden, and oysters are principal catches.

Louisiana is a leading fur-trapping state; its marshes (7, sq mi/19, sq km of the state's area is underwater) supply most of the country's muskrat furs.

Pelts are also obtained from mink, nutria, coypus, opossums, otter, and .This book is a real work of history, research, and art. The obvious depth Francis went to in researching his topic and the variety of images- photos, memoribilia, ads, etc. make reading this both extremely imformative and a pleasure.

The author has done it all in this one book to give you this history of the timber industry in Tuolumne.5/5(3).