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Characteristics of logging residues in the Vancouver forest region, 1981

Glenn H. Manning

Characteristics of logging residues in the Vancouver forest region, 1981

by Glenn H. Manning

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Published by Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slash (Logging) -- British Columbia -- Vancouver Forest Region.,
  • Clearcutting -- British Columbia -- Vancouver Forest Region.,
  • Wood waste as fuel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.H. Manning and M.R.C. Massie.
    SeriesInformation report / Pacific Forestry Centre -- BC-X-279., Information report (Pacific Forestry Centre) -- BC-X-279.
    ContributionsMassie, M. R. C., Pacific Forestry Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16008804M
    ISBN 10066214564X

    Economic methods for the utilisation of logging residues Tomasz Gałęzia Pomorze Forest District, Pomorze 8, 16– Giby, Poland Tel. +48 87 , fax +48 87 , e-mail: [email protected] Abstract. There are several ways of using logging residues, and the two most common ones in the State Forests are wood chip. BAHARUDDIN KASRAN. Effect of logging on sediment yield in a hill dipterocarp forest in Peninsular Malaysia. Investigations on suspended sediment yield were made from three small forested catchments before and after logging in Bukit Berembun Forest Reserve, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, over a period of six years from Both catch-.

    Efficiency of energy wood chip production from forest biomass Silvarum Colendarum Ratio et Industria Lignaria 11(4) 31 – feeding biomass into the throat of the wood chipper (t22) – relocation of the wood chipper between work areas (t23).Cost analysis was conducted with the aid of PlusCalc software. Energy Consumption in the Forest Industries of the ECE Region. (Paper presented at the seminar on Energy Aspects of the Forest Industries in Udine, Italy.) UNIDO. First World-Wide Study of the Wood and Wood Processing Industries. Vienna. USDA - FOREST SERVICE. The Feasibility of Utilizing Forest Residues for Energy and.

    The physical effect of logging on salmon streams: a summary report covering a 5-year calilbration period on four streams in Southeast Alaska / Title Variants: Alternative: Physical effect of logging on salmon streams of Southeast Alaska Related Titles. Series: Station paper (Alaska Forest Research Center (U.S.)) ; no. 5. By. Forest Pest Conditions – Vancouver Forest Region Summary The most notable pest occurrence in the Vancouver Forest Region in continues to be the outbreak of western blackheaded budworm, Acleris gloverana, on the Queen Charlotte Islands (55, ha) and on the north end of .


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Characteristics of logging residues in the Vancouver forest region, 1981 by Glenn H. Manning Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Characteristics of logging residues in the Vancouver forest region, [G H Characteristics of logging residues in the Vancouver forest region M R C Massie; Pacific Forestry Centre.]. Abstract Howard, James O.; Bulgrin, Julianne K.

Estimators and characteristics of logging residue in California. Res. Pap. PNW Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; 81 p.

Ratios are presented for estimating volume and characteristics of logging residue in California. The purpose of this study was to assess the current state of knowledge regarding the effects of logging residue removal on forest site productivity, nutrient balances, and other site characteristics following harvest.

Particular focus was initially to File Size: KB. The volume of forest residues in six principal forest types in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming was estimated from samples in mature stands and research study logging units.

Forest residues include standing and down dead material as well as small and defective green material that is at least 3 inches ( ern) diameter but willCited by: 5. Today, more than 60% of the energy that Canada’s forest products industry consumes comes from sawmill and logging residues (which would have been treated as forest waste decades ago).

EurLex-2 In line with the principle of resource efficiency, these processes can be applied to logging residue, industrial by-product streams, and thinnings.

One source of woody material receiving much attention is logging residue. In this research amount and characteristics of logging residues were estimated by line intersect sampling in the selectively logged parcel in the northern forest of Iran.

The results of this study. This guide replaces Site Diagnosis, Tree Species Selection, an Slashburning Guidelines for the Vancouver Forest Region (). This revised guide consists of six main sections.

Following the Introduction, Section 2 provides an overview of the BEC system. In this study we assess the quality of CTL logging residues for bioenergy production in Northwestern Ontario.

The qualities assessed were moisture content, gross calorific value, and ash content. Characteristics of studied stands and species 37 Above-ground biomass equations 39 Stem volume equations 40 Biomass distribution and logging residues composition 41 Wood fuel quality properties 43 Higher heating value 43 Moisture and ash content Forest logging residues biomass was measured for the two major Romanian species.

• trees were felled and measured to fit specific logging residues biomass models. • Models were applied to yield tables to quantify the importance of the resource. • More logging residue was found in beech trees than in spruce, but less at stand level.

•Cited by: 4. Four sites were selected that represented a range of contrasting soil characteristics and bioclimatic conditions across Quebec ().In the Bouchette, Kamouraska and Weedon sites, mature stands were clear-cut by whole-tree harvesting before leaf fall inwith logging residues (i.e., tree tops and branches of felled trees) being piled at the roadside and mechanical preparation being Cited by: Logging Business Practices and Perspectives on Harvesting Forest Residues for Energy: A Minnesota Case Study Anna L.

Dirkswager, Michael A. Kilgore, Dennis R. Becker, Charlie Blinn, and Alan Ek Timber harvesting residues, specifically the nonmerchantable tree tops and limbs associated with a commercial roundwood harvest, have the capacity to File Size: KB.

for the Vancouver Forest Region Land Management Handbook NUMBER 28 Province of British Columbia Ministry of Forests ISSN A Field Guide to Site Identification and Interpretation for the Vancouver Forest Region R.N. Green and K. Klinka Ministry of Forests Research Program.

The growing energy demand in the world emphasizes the need for a more reliable energy source. To this end, a "fundamental” re-think is critical for an effective sustainable bioenergy production in the 21st century. BC has traditionally been the largest lumber and residue producing province in Canada, thus advancing bioenergy production in BC holds the potential to utilize residues from Cited by: 5.

Logging residues, with a diameter smaller than 7 cm, are usually discarded on the forest floor to preserve soil fertility and biodiversity and they can represent up to 8 m -1 (Egnell,   We studied three hybrid poplar plantations in Quebec (Canada) established on sites with varying soil and environmental characteristics to investigate the effects of logging residues on the water potential, carbon isotope ratio and foliar nutrients of planted trees.

On each site, four treatments representing different residue loads, as well as treatments aimed at manipulating specific factors Author: Amélie Trottier-Picard, Evelyne Thiffault, Nelson Thiffault, Annie DesRochers, David Paré, Christian.

Harvest of logging residues. A quick scan of the Dutch situation Various parties already introduced the concept of harvesting forest residues in the Netherlands. In some cases where forest is transformed into non-forest, logging residue is processed on site with a chipper or shredder machine.

Extraction of logging residues for bioenergy – effects of operational methods on fuel quality and biomass losses in the forest, Linnaeus University Dissertation No /, ISBN: Written in English with summary and conclusion in Swedish.

Wood products play a key role in the transformation to a more sustainable society. Elevated dissolved carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) concentrations are frequently observed in surface water soon after clear-cutting of boreal coniferous forests.

It has been suggested that they originate from the fine logging residues whose decomposition may be accelerated as a result of changes in soil temperature and moisture by: Productivity equations for forest vegetation treatment projects in the Colorado Front Range / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, []), by Mary Lou Richardson, George Roger Sampson, David R. Betters, and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. branches, tops, bark and roots in the forest (logging residues).

In Austria, 35% of harvested roundwood going through sawmills is processing waste (sawdust and other woody residues14). Bernow et al.” also estimate 35% for the Southern New England region.

Taking the assumed 1 tC ha - ’ yr - Cited by: transporting forest residues in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region.

Gen. Tech. Rep. INTŒGTRŒ Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. 12 p. A model is presented for computing the costs of har-vesting forest residues, based on several key c teristics of the residues and the logging area.

Costs pFile Size: 1MB.Deforestation is the long-term removal of trees from a forested site to permit other site uses such as agriculture, urbanization, transportation and forestry processes. The deforestation in British Columbia has occurred at a heavy rate during periods of the past, but with new sustainable efforts and programs the rate of deforestation is decreasing in the province.