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Balloon logging in the Idaho batholith: a feasibility study


, : Balloon logging in the Idaho batholith: a feasibility study. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (INT-208): 16

The environmental effects immediately following and several years after logging were assessed and production and cost data were analysed from an experiment with balloon logging begun in 1971. There was less environmental disturbance than with conventional logging methods.

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