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pulpwood

pine, spruce, or any other soft wood used to make paper

pulpwood

[′pəlp‚wu̇d]
(materials)
Any wood that can be reduced to pulp.
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The time pattern of SRWC pulpwood production, with the largest amounts in the second and fifth decades, corresponds to different supply and demand conditions in those two periods.
According to BillerudKorsnAaAaAeAns, it has taken measures to minimise t effects of the lack of pulpwood and follows the situation on a daily basis.
The shortage and high cost of local pulpwood in India has resulted in increased interest in sourcing wood chips from overseas despite logistical difficulties both at the ports and when transporting the chips from the ports to the pulp mills long.
Washburn and Binkley 1993), we included chip-n-saw and pulpwood prices as well since multi-products are produced simultaneously from a forest plantation.
Putra Riau Perkasa (PRP), and local stakeholders to re-allocate more than 15,000 hectares of deep peat carbon sink from concessions allocated for pulpwood plantation to conservation land in an effort to open the door to this world-first pilot project.
BILT's initiative aims to support the development of sustainable pulpwood farming in central India by integrating farmers living in extreme poverty into its paper and pulp supply chain in Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, India.
Separate models will be estimated for pine sawtimber and pulpwood harvest because of the significantly different operations and markets that exist in each of these subindustries.
The Pulpwood Queens' Tiara-Wearing, Book-Sharing Guide to Life
Restoration of longleaf pine ecosystems in the Southeast involves removal of large volumes of timber suitable for pulpwood.