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dc.contributor.authorHaynes, Richard W.
dc.date.accessioned2018-09-25T14:14:42Z
dc.date.available2018-09-25T14:14:42Z
dc.date.created2011-11-14
dc.date.issued1990
dc.identifier.urihttps://bibliotecadigital.infor.cl/handle/20.500.12220/5366
dc.description268 páginas
dc.description.abstracthe Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974 (RPA), P.L. 93-378, 88 Star. 475, as amended, directed the Secretary of Agriculture to prepare a Renewable Resources Assessment by December 31, 1975, with an update in 1979 and each 10th year thereafter. This Asessment is to include "an analysis of present and anticipated uses, demand for, and supply of the renewable resources of forest, range, and other associated lands with consideration of the international resource situation, and an emphasis of pertinent supply, demand and price relationship trends" (Sec. 3.(a)). The 1989 RPA Assessment is the third prepared in response to the RPA legislation. It is composed of 12 documents, including this one. The summary Assessment document presents an overview of analyses of the present situation and the outlook for the land base, outdoor recreation and wilderness, wildlife and fish, forest-range grazing, minerals, timber, and water. Complete analyses for each of these resources are contained in seven supporting technical documents. There are also technical documents presenting information on interactions among the various resources, the basic assumptions for the Assessment, a description of Forest Service programs, and the evolving use and management of the Nation's forests, grasslands, croplands, and related resources. The Forest Service has been carrying out resource analyses in the United States for over a century. Congressional interest was first expressed in the Appropriations Act of August 15, 1876, which provided $2,000 for the employment of an expert to study and report on forest conditions. Between that time and 1974, Forest Service analysts prepared a number of assessments of the timber resource situation intermittently in response to emerging issues and perceived needs for better resource information. The 1974 RPA legislation established a periodic reporting requirement and broadened the resource coverage from timber to all renewable resources from forest and rangelands.
dc.description.uriurl.ie/dhzt
dc.languageInglés
dc.publisherUSDA Forest Service. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
dc.relation.ispartofseriesGeneral Technical Report RM
dc.subjectABASTECIMIENTO DE MADERA
dc.subjectASIA
dc.subjectCANADA
dc.subjectCHINA
dc.subjectCOREA DEL SUR
dc.subjectESTADOS UNIDOS
dc.subjectINDUSTRIA FORESTAL
dc.subjectJAPON
dc.subjectMERCADO EXTERNO
dc.subjectPRODUCTOS FORESTALES
dc.subjectRUSIA
dc.subjectTAIWAN
dc.titleAn analysis of the timber situation in the United States: 1989-2040
dc.typeLibro
infor.clasification72(73)/HAYa/1990/B
infor.id13061
infor.mfn3691
infor.notasBibliografía: pp.267-268
infor.politica.web0
infor.numeroserie199
infor.lugardepublicacionFort Collins, Colorado


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