Forest Regulation Through Statutory Allocation of Cut
An increasing pressure is being developed for federal forest regulation by statute. The methods to be followed in such regulation should be adopted only after the merits of all possibilities have been weighed and considered. This paper outlines a plan for regulation based on the volume of cut rather than on silvicultural cutting practices. The author believes that this method should receive the consideration of the profession if some plan of regulation is likely to be adopted.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Chief, Forest Resources Division, Forestry Relations Department, Tennessee Valley Authority, Norris, Tennessee
Publication date: 1945-10-01
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