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Louisiana's forests and the future /

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Series: Occasional paper (Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)) ; 104.

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New Orleans, LA :Southern Forest Experiment Station,1943.

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Cypress , Forests and forestry , Louisiana , Pine , Valuation

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.127708

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Louisiana's forests and the future /

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Series: Occasional paper (Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)) ; 104.

By

Demmon, E. L. (Elwood Leonard), 1892-1981

Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
United States. Department of Agriculture.

Genre

Book

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Published material

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New Orleans, LA :Southern Forest Experiment Station,1943.

Notes:

"Report date January 16, 1943."

"Address before the Louisiana Section, American Society of Civil Engineers, at New Orleans, La., Oct. 5, 1942"--Page [1].

Louisiana's forests are one of her major natural resources. Since Colonial days, these forests have provided material for building homes, communities, railroads, churches, and schools; they have given employment to thousands of workers; in addition, they have exerted a beneficial influence in conserving rainfall and in protecting soil from excessive erosion. Today these forests are providing materials essential to the war effort of America and her Allies. Under proper management, Louisiana's forests can provide the raw materials needed for all its present forest industries and also for many additional establishments, to the greater security and prosperity of all the people. Compared with many other sections of the country, Louisiana offers advantages for the maintenance of forest industries, as its soil and climate favor rapid tree growth, there are many widely used hardwood and softwood tree species native to this section, markets are at hand, and labor is abundant.

Subjects

Cypress , Forests and forestry , Louisiana , Pine , Valuation

Language

English

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NAL: 1.9 F76240 no. 104
OCLC: 192094421

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.127708

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