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Who Says you Can't Cut a Tree on Sites Growing 19 Cubic Feet?

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Bell and Randall (J. For. 80:152-156, 160) give little reason for thinking that planning under the Resources Planning Act defines the place of individual national forests in the country's timber supply situation. The timber strategy seems to be defined in terms of constraints, and at least in the Northeast these constraints serve to limit the area that could be allocated to wilderness.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: State Economist, Maine State Planning Office, Augusta

Publication date: 01 March 1982

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