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Biological potential for the Loblolly Pine ecosystem east of the Mississippi River


, : Biological potential for the Loblolly Pine ecosystem east of the Mississippi River. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (SE-142): 27

Defines the Pinus taeda ecosystem E. of the Mississippi and estimates that the biological potential for timber production on the 19.8 million acres occupied by the species is 2000 million ft3 of net annual growth per year (measured as entire stems inside bark) in well-stocked natural stands. This potential is 35% larger than the present net annual growth and more than twice the estimated rate of removals.

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