skidway


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skidway

[′skid‚wā]
(forestry)
A platform, usually inclined, for mounting logs for loading and sawing.
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Between career stops at Skidway Institute of Oceanography in Georgia and URI, he served as a visiting senior scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California and also worked as a program manager in the oceans branch of NASA.
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Log skidways should be situated as close to the sawmill log deck as possible to save on time and energy costs, especially if demand is less.