PP was an uneven-aged stand which was only composed of 1-5-year-old plants, while China fir was an even-aged stand of 15-54 years in tree age, therefore, the mean aboveground carbon sequestration of PP and China fir stands were 8.
In contrast, the mean aboveground carbon sequestration of Masson pine and China fir stands increase with increasing tree ages up to 12-15 years and decrease slowly thereafter.
Comparing aboveground carbon sequestration between moso bamboo (Phyllostachys heterocycla) and China fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) forests based on the allometric model.
Meanwhile, it appears new diffraction peak different from China fir wood flour at 25deg, and the peak becomes stronger and stronger with the extension of time, which shows that new crystalline region comes about.
The reason is that at 130[degrees]C and 150[degrees]C , lignin and other amorphous region in China fir degraded first along with the proceeding of liquefaction, whereas the crystalline region of the cellulose wasn't damaged, which makes relative crystallinity go up.
IF OUR balance of trade with China wasn't so one-sided due to a grossly undervalued Chinese currency and over-supplied credit I would welcome the ECHO headline of March 10 even more (Mersey plans for 1,000 China fir
A friend grows the China fir
, which is noted for its big, pointed needles, dark green cast and general exotic air,.
Suit alleges that competitor fails to disclose its use of China fir lumber
a competing playground company based in Topeka, Kansas and manufacturer of the Leisure Time and Pathfinder brand playsets as seen nationwide at such places as Sam's Club, violates state and federal law by failing to disclose in its advertising materials its use of China fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) lumber in its children's playsets.
Rainbow is concerned about the direction in which the residential playground industry is headed on the issue of China fir lumber.
Effect of oxidation on heat fixation of compressed wood of China fir
The suit alleges that Backyard Adventures, a competing playground company based in Amarillo, Texas, violates state and federal law by failing to disclose in its advertising materials its use of China fir
(Cunninghamia lanceolata) lumber in its children's playsets.