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Title: Tree planting in the south: what does the future hold.
Author: Kline, Jeffrey D.; Butler, Brett J.; Alig, Ralph J.
Source: Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 26(2): 99-107
Description: Projected increasing demands for timber coupled with reduced harvests on public lands have led to concern among some forest policymakers regarding the adequacy of future U.S. timber supplies. One question concerns the likelihood that prevailing market incentives will induce industrial and nonindustrial private landowners to intensify forest management.
Keywords: Nonindustrial private forest owners, forest industry, cost-share programs, carbon sequestration, Renewable Resources Planning Act
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Kline, Jeffrey D.; Butler, Brett J.; Alig, Ralph J. 2002. Tree planting in the south: what does the future hold. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 26(2): 99-107
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