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The movement of pulpwood from forest to market can be a critical and costly activity. Many factors influence this movement and contribute to its complexity. In 1963, a study was undertaken to quantitatively describe the distribution patterns of trucked pulpwood for a representative area of the state of Maine.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
Pulpwood industry, log transportation, Maine
Forest Management | Wood Science and Pulp, Paper Technology
Corcoran, T.J., D.l. Schroeder, and D.B. Thompson. 1966. An evaluation of the distribution of trucked pulpwood in east-central Maine. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 640.