sawtimber

sawtimber

(ˈsɔːˌtɪmbə)
n
trees suitable for sawing into lumber, timber from which sawlogs can be made
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Pacific Northwest Timber results declined versus the prior year quarter driven by 25% lower harvest volumes and 18% lower delivered sawtimber prices, reflecting reduced export demand due to continued market uncertainty with respect to the U.S.-China trade dispute.
The first was that the mills have access to good, consistent volumes of quality sawtimber at an affordable cost.
The property is comprised of 79% pine and 21% hardwood by acres and 1.8m tons of merchantable inventory, consisting of 51% sawtimber and 49% pulpwood.
Based on the annual data series from 1955 to 2014, we estimate simultaneous demand and supply models of the hardwood sawtimber stumpage market in Louisiana.
It also helped that the timber industry on Delmarva Peninsula changed from short rotations to produce pulp and paper to longer rotations to grow sawtimber. This preference for older, more mature trees created more suitable habitat for Delmarva fox squirrels.
website, red alder, also known as western alder, "is the most abundant western hardwood and is a prolific, fast-growing species that can provide sawtimber size trees in 25 to 30 years.
Recommended rotation length of sessile oak stands in Romania ranges between 120-140 years (target wood assortment = sawtimber) and 160-200 years (veneer production), depending on yield class (Anonymous, 2000d).
The area around Transect A, an old field in 1939 (Jenkins & Parker 2000), had an over story of poletimber-small sawtimber trees with yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.), white oak (Quercus alba L.), American beech (Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.), and bigtooth aspen (Populus grandidentata Michx.).
Separate models will be estimated for pine sawtimber and pulpwood harvest because of the significantly different operations and markets that exist in each of these subindustries.
Size classes used were sapling (< 12.7 cm DBH), pole (12.7 to 27.9 cm DBH) and sawtimber ([greater than or equal to] 27.9 cm DBH) (Stoddard & Stoddard 1987).
Consequently, in 2002, the proportion of sawtimber in the total volume offered for sale was less than it was in 1990.