International Journal of Forest Engineering

Volume 15, numéro 2, july 2004

Sommaire (13 articles)

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Editor's Notes

    INTRODUCTION

Technical Papers

  1. Integration of Work Tasks and Supply Chains in Wood Harvesting - : Cost Savings or Complex Solutions?
  2. Early Studies of Multi-Tree Handling in Eastern Canada
  3. Small-Diameter Scots Pine and Birch Timber as Raw Materials for Engineered Wood Products
  4. Feasibility of an Adapted Tree Section Method for Integrated Harvesting of Pulpwood and Energy Wood in Early Thinning of Scots Pine
  5. Productivity and Cutting Costs of Thinning Harvesters
  6. Harvester Productivity and Operator Fatigue: : Working Extended Hours
  7. Characteristics and Significance of a Harvester Operators' Working Technique in Thinnings
  8. Modeling Backhauling on Finnish Energy-Wood Network Using Minimizing of Empty Routes
  9. Co-operation and Integration in Wood Energy Production
  10. Industrial Round-Wood or Fuel-Chips in Medium-Aged Norway Spruce
  11. Feasibility of Excavator-Based Harvester in Thinnings of Peatland Forests

Editor's Notes

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