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Summary This paper lists the progress of dedication since formal reservation of land for timber production commenced in 1881. of the major factors which affected the rate of dedication are identified.
Summary The development of Tasmanian sawmilling has been closely related to the security of tenure provided over timber resources on public land. Although milling started in 1825, no more than monthly permits were available and timber resources for sawmills were liable to selection for...
Summary From an industry point of view, the Tasmanian Concession System has provided the security in terms of raw material, quantity and quality at a predictable cost required to overcome the daunting obstacles facing the Tasmanian pulp and paper industry in its early years. It is agreed that...
Summary Planning procedures for management of production forests in Tasmania are outlined. Past and future land use policies are considered. Emphasis has been on development. Agriculture and wilderness will compete more directly with timber production in future. Current levels of utilisation of...
Summary Examples are discussed of methods used in other countries for the sale of wood from publicly-owned forests. These include methods appropriate to freely competitive markets and issues which arise in their application. Selected examples of methods used in imperfectly competitive markets...
Summary Employment in forestry and the wood industries has declined in spite of forecasts made in the early 1970's that it would rise substantially. Moreover, other aspects of the sector have declined either absolutely or relatively within the Australian economy. The trends of employment and...
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