Source: Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual hardwood symposium: 25 years of hardwood silviculture: a look back and a look ahead; 1997 May 7-10; Cashiers, NC.Memphis, TN: National Hardwood Lumber Association: 99-102.
Current and innovative machines and systems for harvesting bottomland hardwoods are described. Four systems are evaluated for production and costs: (1) grapple skidder, (2) clambunkskidder, (3) tree-length forwarder, and (4) shovel logging.
Citation: Stokes, Bryce J.; Rummer, Robert B. 1997. Innovative Harvesting Systems In Bottomland Hardwoods. Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual hardwood symposium: 25 years of hardwood silviculture: a look back and a look ahead; 1997 May 7-10; Cashiers, NC.Memphis, TN: National Hardwood Lumber Association: 99-102.
Posted Date: January 1, 2000
Modified Date: August 22, 2006
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