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Beech and its wood

, : Beech and its wood. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 142(5): 363-442

A collection of 7 papers presented at a colloquium on the wood of beech held in the Forestry Department, ETH Zurich, in December 1990.

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Martinez, J.B., 1943: The investigation of mycological changes in wood. Fascicle 1. Colour changes in wood. Blue rot. green rot, red heart of Beech, 'dozed' wood of Beech. Wood undergoes two types of change caused by fungi, namely, colour modifications and decay, of which only the former is discussed in this monograph, the first of its kind to be published in Spain, where no work had previously been carried out on a...

Stegmann, G.; Storck, W.D., 1969: Production and utilization of small Beech wood in Lower Saxony. I. The production basis of Beech as an industrial raw material. II. The supply to consumers of small Beech wood. (I) Discusses the annual cut of Beech, age and size distribution of growing stock and cut, and the available amounts of industrial waste wood. (II) Discusses supply in relation to demand, shifts in demand, and trends. It is suggested that even whe...

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Moog, M., 1991: How much is the supply of industrial beech wood affected by the amounts of beech stemwood and by industrial wood prices?. Data on the volumes cut and the sales by several major forest administrations in Germany were used to estimate supply functions for beech [Fagus sylvatica] industrial wood (IW). Beech IW supply increased with an increase in the cut of beech stemwo...

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