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Figure 13.15B--Subregional Timber Supply Model projections of private timberland area by management type, 1995 to 2040, under the IL assumptions of inelastic timber demand and low plantation volume growth rates.

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Timberland area (million ac) by timberland management type, SRTS IL scenario


Year

Planted Pine


Natural Pine

Mixed Pine


Upland Hardwood


Lowland Hardwood


Total Timberland


 

million ac

1995


32.15


28.73


22.96


67.62


27.59


179.06


1996


32.34


28.73


22.96


67.61


27.59


179.23


1997


32.92


28.13


22.54


66.67


27.18


177.44


1998


33.03


28.07


22.51


66.55


27.15


177.30


1999


33.19


28.08


22.52


66.57


27.18


177.55


2000


33.42


28.06


22.52


66.56


27.20


177.76


2001


33.69


27.91


22.41


66.31


27.07


177.39


2002


34.01


27.85


22.38


66.23


27.03


177.48


2003


34.36


27.77


22.34


66.14


26.98


177.59


2004


34.75


27.68


22.29


66.03


26.92


177.68


2005


35.17


27.48


22.15


65.73


26.74


177.27


2006


35.60


27.38


22.09


65.61


26.66


177.33


2007


36.06


27.27


22.02


65.48


26.58


177.41


2008


36.54


27.15


21.95


65.35


26.49


177.48


2009


37.04


27.03


21.88


65.21


26.39


177.54


2010


37.56


26.90


21.80


65.06


26.29


177.60


2011


38.09


26.72


21.69


64.83


26.14


177.48


2012


38.65


26.54


21.58


64.59


25.99


177.34


2013


39.21


26.36


21.46


64.35


25.83


177.21


2014


39.75


26.18


21.35


64.11


25.69


177.07


2015


40.29


26.00


21.23


63.87


25.55


176.93


2016


40.84


25.82


21.11


63.62


25.40


176.79


2017


41.42


25.73


21.06


63.53


25.36


177.11


2018


42.03


25.54


20.94


63.26


25.20


176.97


2019


42.64


25.34


20.80


62.99


25.04


176.82


2020


43.26


25.14


20.67


62.71


24.88


176.65


2021


43.91


25.05


20.62


62.63


24.83


177.04


2022


44.57


24.85


20.49


62.38


24.67


176.97


2023


45.26


24.75


20.43


62.29


24.61


177.34


2024


45.97


24.54


20.29


62.02


24.44


177.26


2025


46.67


24.33


20.15


61.73


24.27


177.15


2026


47.40


24.20


20.08


61.62


24.19


177.48


2027


48.16


24.07


20.00


61.48


24.10


177.81


2028


48.91


23.85


19.85


61.18


23.92


177.70


2029


49.66


23.71


19.76


61.03


23.82


177.99


2030


50.41


23.58


19.68


60.89


23.74


178.29


2031


51.11


23.38


19.54


60.59


23.57


178.20


2032


51.81


23.26


19.47


60.46


23.51


178.52


2033


52.52


23.15


19.39


60.33


23.46


178.85


2034


53.25


23.02


19.31


60.19


23.40


179.17


2035


54.01


22.89


19.22


60.03


23.33


179.48


2036


54.77


22.76


19.13


59.87


23.26


179.79


2037


55.54


22.62


19.04


59.69


23.20


180.09


2038


56.32


22.48


18.95


59.51


23.13


180.39


2039


57.11


22.32


18.85


59.32


23.06


180.66


2040


57.92


22.18


18.74


59.12


22.98


180.94


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