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Simulating timber and deer food potential in loblolly pine plantations



Simulating timber and deer food potential in loblolly pine plantations



General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service (SO-12): 29



A computer program (TIMHAB) for analyzing both timber and deer food production on managed forests is presented which provides estimates of the number of ac required/deer for each wk or month, yearly timber cuts and current timber growing stock, as well as a cost/return analysis of the timber operation. Input variables include stand descriptors, controls on management, stumpage prices and costs of various activities and practices.

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