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Figure 13.25C--Subregional Timber Supply Model projections of total timber growth and removals volumes on private timberland, by ownership group, 1995 to 2040, under the EH assumptions of elastic demand and high plantation volume growth rates [nonindustrial private forest (NIPF)]

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Volume by owner (all species), in billion cubic feet, by year, EH scenario:


Year

Industry Growth


Industry Removals


NIPF Growth


NIPF Removals


1995


4.1389


3.4769


6.3950


5.0976


1996


4.1223


3.5175


6.3556


5.1284


1997


4.0857


3.5487


6.2624


5.1506


1998


4.3358


3.5964


6.3173


5.1775


1999


4.4670


3.6498


6.3426


5.2050


2000


4.5524


3.7035


6.3561


5.2295


2001


4.6132


3.7600


6.3602


5.2574


2002


4.6616


3.8163


6.3647


5.2854


2003


4.7032


3.8719


6.3666


5.3133


2004


4.7386


3.9243


6.3669


5.3379


2005


4.7710


3.9779


6.3638


5.3655


2006


4.8028


4.0303


6.3625


5.3928


2007


4.8324


4.0815


6.3604


5.4198


2008


4.8610


4.1315


6.3579


5.4464


2009


4.8883


4.1803


6.3548


5.4726


2010


4.9157


4.2279


6.3512


5.4984


2011


4.9395


4.2743


6.3415


5.5236


2012


4.9627


4.3195


6.3326


5.5483


2013


4.9857


4.3635


6.3233


5.5723


2014


5.0079


4.4064


6.3135


5.5957


2015


5.0296


4.4482


6.3034


5.6185


2016


5.0495


4.4909


6.2931


5.6433


2017


5.0691


4.5302


6.2843


5.6647


2018


5.0882


4.5686


6.2731


5.6855


2019


5.1072


4.6059


6.2621


5.7056


2020


5.1259


4.6441


6.2508


5.7276


2021


5.1464


4.6795


6.2444


5.7465


2022


5.1658


4.7160


6.2354


5.7673


2023


5.1857


4.7497


6.2280


5.7850


2024


5.2044


4.7826


6.2183


5.8020


2025


5.2227


4.8166


6.2086


5.8210


2026


5.2415


4.8498


6.2001


5.8393


2027


5.2600


4.8804


6.1911


5.8545


2028


5.2773


4.9121


6.1803


5.8714


2029


5.2950


4.9431


6.1709


5.8877


2030


5.3126


4.9716


6.1611


5.9011


2031


5.3302


5.0013


6.1514


5.9161


2032


5.3482


5.0304


6.1430


5.9306


2033


5.3644


5.0588


6.1342


5.9445


2034


5.3796


5.0865


6.1251


5.9577


2035


5.3942


5.1135


6.1157


5.9704


2036


5.4079


5.1397


6.1062


5.9824


2037


5.4211


5.1652


6.0963


5.9939


2038


5.4325


5.1899


6.0863


6.0047


2039


5.4433


5.2139


6.0761


6.0149


2040


5.4532


 

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