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AbstractAlgeria loses more than 20,000 hectares of forest to fire every year. The losses are costly both in terms of life and property damage, which weighs heavily on the environment and the local economy. Geomatics can complement the conventional methods used in fire hazard prevention and...
AbstractThermally treated and ground poplar bark was used as the raw material for pressed bark insulation panels. Bark chips were treated for one, two, and three hours at 180 °C after a slow warming, drying process. The physical and mechanical properties of the pressed panels were investigated...
AbstractThis paper investigated the existence and participation of public and private real estate credit lines for timber house funding in Brazil. The analysis was completed through face-to-face interviews with Brazilian timber housing producers. Semi-structured questionnaires were applied in...
AbstractThinning experiments in black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) stands have been conducted in Hungary for many years. Black locust is an economically important tree species supplying the domestic timber industry. This paper evaluates two effects of thinnings: the effect on yield and the...
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