Protecting Water Quality in the Midwest: Impact on Timber Harvesting Costs
Costs were evaluated for six forest practices designed to prevent degradation of water quality from 18 timber harvesting operations in the Midwest. Net revenue reductions ranged from 1.2% for redesigning landing and skid trail locations to 26.4% for meeting buffer strip requirements. Nine operations were profitable with application of all six practices. Limited production function information hinders such analyses. North J. Appl. For. 2:57-61, June 1985.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Department of Forest Resources, College of Forestry, University of Minnesota, St. Paul 55108
Publication date: 1985-06-01
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