On an area in the beech-birch-maple type in Pennsylvania the amount of solid wood per stack cord was found to be approximately the same for trees of all diameters, when random piling was used and all sticks over 8 inches in diameter were split. The finding differs from that of other investigators, and the author discusses the reason for it.
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