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National forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States

Darius Mainard Adams

National forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States

by Darius Mainard Adams

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lumber trade -- West (U.S.),
  • Timber -- West (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDarius M. Adams and Richard W. Haynes
    SeriesResearch paper PNW-RP -- 435, Research paper PNW -- 435
    ContributionsHaynes, Richard W, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination55 p.
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13566188M

    Sale prospectus: ,,, board feet national forest timber, 87 per cent western yellow pine. (Washington, Govt. print. off., ), by United States Forest Service (page images at HathiTrust) Instructions for appraising stumpage on national forests. The Canada–U.S. softwood lumber dispute is one of the largest and most enduring trade disputes between both nations. This conflict arose in and its effects are still seen today. British Columbia, the major Canadian exporter of softwood lumber to the United States, was most affected, reporting losses of 9, direct and indirect jobs between and

    With high stumpage fees and low wholesale prices, domestic softwood lumber producers, most of whom are located in Western and Southern states, are being squeezed. In Minnesota, mills were paying $ to $ per 1, board feet for standing white pine last fall, according to state Department of Natural Resources economist Doug Ford. In the second half of the 19th century, the timber industry cut down large stretches of native forest around the Great Lakes, leaving the land denuded and mills abandoned. Historians and, more recently, environmentalists have portrayed this episode as one of the worst .

    Factors affecting timber stumpage prices. Species, tree quality and size, product type, acreage, location, site conditions, markets, and contract provisions all affect the price paid for standing timber. Species. In the Southeast, most pine timber brings higher stumpage prices than sweetgum or mixed hardwoods. In the Forest History Society published Barbara D. Holman’s descriptive guide to the Society’s Oral History Interview Collection. The final printed version was published in Since that time the guide has been maintained solely as an online resource. The interviews are also searchable via the Oral History section of the FHS Research Portal, which.


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National forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States by Darius Mainard Adams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. National forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States. [Darius Mainard Adams; Richard W Haynes; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].

United States Department of Agriculture. Southern Research Station. Timber Price Information and Contacts. This page contains state-by-state information on forest consultants, timber mills, financial incentive programs and timber pricing data.

Goals / Objectives 1) Develop models of timber harvest and forest management investment decisions by private owners in the U.S. at the regional (multi-state) level, recognizing major economic and social determinants of behavior; 2) examine the performance of these timber supply models in projections of timber markets (including representations of timber demand) using larger.

Timber price reporting services are present in most countries and regions with significant forest products markets. In Finland, timber prices are reported by the Finnish Forest Industries Federation ().Inpine sawtimber (termed as pine logs) traded on average € per m 3 (solid cubic meter (m 3) with bark), spruce at € per m 3, and birch at € per m 3.

Estimated annual timber supply from the Tongass National Forest during the second decade of the plan (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, a). 1 and No.

2 grade logs are suitable for the manufacture of high-grade lumber. 1 grade logs also include peeler logs. 3 grade logs are suitable for shop-grade and better lumber. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Adams DM, Haynes RW () A model of national forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the Western United States.

Forest Sci 35(2) Google Scholar Adams DM, Haynes RW, Darr DR () Wood products consumers, producers, and national forest timber flow policy. This study presents results of statistical tests for stumpage market integration on 62 national forests in the Western United States.

Quarterly stumpage prices from to obtained from cut. Descriptive Summary. Abstract: The National Forest Products Association (NFPA), known until as the National Lumber Manufacturers Association (NLMA), serves as the national spokesman for federated trade associations whose memberships comprises majaor regions, species, and products of the lumber and plywood industry in the UnitedNFPA merged with the American Forest Council.

Adams DM, Haynes RW () A model of national forest timber supply and stumpage markets in the western United States. Forest Sci 35(2) Google Scholar Adams DM, Haynes RW () The timber assessment market model: structure, projections and policy simulations.

Doctor of Philosophy. Contact. About. A Model of National Forest Timber Supply and Stumpage Markets in the Western United States. Changing Perspectives on the Outlook for Timber in the. Progress 09/14/07 to 09/14/18 Outputs OUTPUTS: Research in this problem area focuses on broad scale assessment and forecasting of forest product markets.

The unit collaborated in a chapter of the Southern Forest Futures study, these focused on markets and trade, and it also led in a published chapter in the same study on employment and income projections for the U.S. South. of western United States practically were in a virgin condition, with only slight and unmanaged use to produce for the local needs of a population much smaller than now.

The United States markets were so well supplied from relatively low-cost timber and lumber from the Lake States and the South that forest products of the West could not compete.

Alaska depends almost entirely on National Forest timber, the derived demand for National Forest timber is lower, but by only approximately 20 percent (by ). In the third alternative projection, we change two assumptions. First, Japanese sawn-wood consumption is reduced compared to the base.

Annual growth in Japanese sawn. Established inthe National Association of State Foresters is a non-profit organization composed of the directors of forestry agencies in the states, U.S. territories, and District of Columbia. Our members manage and protect state and private forests, which encompass nearly two-thirds of the nation's forests.

The Largest National Forest. With million acres, The Tongass National Forest is the largest national forest in the United gh established inonly. This is the sixth in a series related to Forisk’s forecast of softwood stumpage prices in the United States.

When housing crashed in the United States, forest owners and timberland investors deferred harvesting sawtimber, the logs needed to manufacture lumber. InForisk added a “forest supply module” to its forecasting of pine. Request PDF | Solid Wood—Timber Assessment Market Model (TAMM) | TAMM simulates behavior in the markets for solid wood products (lumber and wood-based panels) and sawtimber stumpage.

By Oregon Forest Resource Institute, Accelerating the work to restore ailing federal forests will help both the environment and the economy in eastern Oregon. This is the conclusion of a new report prepared at the request of Oregon Gov.

John Kitzhaber and legislative leaders: “National Forest Health Restoration: An Economic Assessment of Forest Restoration on Oregon’s Eastside National. “The U.S. Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program collects sample plot data on all forest ownerships across the United States.

FIA’s primary objective is to determine the extent, condition, volume, growth, and use of trees on the Nation’s forest land through a comprehensive inventory and analysis of the Nation’s. We used timber stumpage prices—“valor de madera en pie”—as the base for our timber investment calculations.

We had relatively good information on average plantation timber or stumpage prices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and the United States. Prices in Uruguay depend more on development of timber markets in the future.The expansion of timber harvests in the South outpaced that of all other regions of the United States.

As ofthe South’s timber output was more than twice levels. About 60 percent of all timber produced in the United States was from southern forests (Smith and others ) compared to about 40 percent inindicating a shifting.This paper addresses the performance of the timber markets (Scots pine, Pinus silvestris L.

and Norway spruce, Picea abies (L.) Karst.) by evaluating the order of market integration in three Swedish regions (Central, Northern, and Southern).

Quarterly data of delivery prices are employed over the period Q1–Q4. Various unit root and cointegration tests have been computed.