The Economic Approach to Forest Management
Timber ownership and conversion call for careful analysis and valuation to give them a sound business foundation. The value of the forest will dictate the method of its financial and technical handling. Any one of the three fundamental factors of composition, location and local political conditions may remove the forest property from the range of present economic value. The author discusses a number of other facts to be considered in determining the value of a forest property.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Forest Engineer, International Paper Company
Publication date: 1931-01-01
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