2 edition of Yield and financial analysis of New forestry techniques on the McDonald and Dunn Forests found in the catalog.
Yield and financial analysis of New forestry techniques on the McDonald and Dunn Forests
David M. Bartlett
Written in English
|Statement||by David M. Bartlett Jr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 leaves, bound. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Yield and financial analysis of "New forestry" techniques on the McDonald and Dunn Forests Public Deposited. The purpose of this study was to compare the timber volumes and financial yields between New Forestry techniques and clearcutting.
Two alternative systems of management were designed to represent variations on the New Forestry theme Author: David M. Bartlett. Traditionally, harvesting and regeneration has been done through clearcutting which removes all trees in the area being cut and plants an entirely new stand.
Clearcutting is often the most efficient method for harvesting forests since implementation and other costs are kept to a minimum, while yields and revenues are maximized by removing all of the timber.
Yield and Financial Analysis of "New Forestry" Techniciues on the McDonald and Dunn Forests Introduction Clearcutting has been the primary method of forest management in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) (Scott ).
However, in recent years new techniques are being considered that could replace clearcutting in many situations. These practices, which. $ invested at 5% for 5 years will yield $ at the end of the 5 years. To determine this, we multiply $ by in year one, again in year 2, and so on up to year 5.
This process can be simplified by using the formula: Vn = Vo (1 + i)n. Where: Vn = the value at the end of the investment period.
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What Jerry Franklin-Bloedel Professor of Ecosystem Analysis at the University of Washington, Chief Plant Ecologist for the U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station, and, most recently, a Bullard Fellow at Harvard-is promoting is a set of views that is coming to be known as the New Forestry.
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