Faculty & Staff - Jeremy Wilson
The emergence of a forest bioproducts sector will create a market for previously unmerchantable forest material impacting harvesting in the northeast. My work examines the amount of this material that is available for harvest and the implications of removals on future forest conditions in Maine
In Other Words
Fuels and plastics can be made from harvesting trees and woody material from the forest. By changing the kinds and amounts of material removed we can determine how future forests look and function.
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