Reduction of wood waste by small-scale log production and conversion in tropical high













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Risto Kilkki
Associate Professional Officer
Forest Harvesting and Transport Branch

FOREST HARVESTING CASE-STUDY 1

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 1992

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Acknowledgements

Foreword

Summary

Symbols, abbreviations and exchange rate

Reduction of wood waste by small-scale log production and conversion in tropical high forest

Appendix 1. Sample logs in sawmilling study

Appendix 2. Sawing patterns of the sample logs

FAO forest harvesting case studies