1 edition of Incidence and impact of damage to South Carolina"s timber, 1979 found in the catalog.
Incidence and impact of damage to South Carolina"s timber, 1979
|Statement||by Robert L. Anderson ... [et. al.].|
|Series||Resource bulletin SE ;, 56|
|Contributions||Anderson, Robert Lee, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A45756 no. 56, SB763.S6 .A45756 no. 56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||82112151|
South Carolina does not require buyers of timber to be registered. However, if a timber buyer also offers forest management advice such as reforestation, cultural practices or thinning and harvest methods, they must be a registered S.C. forester or operation under the direct supervision of a S.C. registered forester. This report contains overall statistics from the NFPA survey of fire departments on fires, civilian deaths and injuries, and property damage in It also includes patterns by major property class, region and community size as well as information on types of fire department calls and false alarms. Download the report.
This storm was the costliest in South Carolina history; damage to coastal and inland properties, utilities, agriculture, timber and commerce exceed $6 billion. , people were left homeless and 26 people were killed. To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo's impact on South Carolina, SC Department of Natural Resources. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. County of Pickens TIMBER SALE CONTRACT. SOUTH CAROLINA Forestry Commission. Poe Creek State Forest Area PCSFADV-TS Novem This sale is made and entered into by and between the South Carolina Forestry Commission Broad River Rd., Columbia, SC , hereinafter called the .
FOREST AREA South Carolina has 13 million acres of forestland -- 67% of the state’s total land area. Hardwood timber types occupy over 52% of the state’s forestland. Softwoods occupy 48%. South Carolina’s forestland acreage has averaged million acres since ECONOMIC IMPACT Forestry is number one among manufacturing industries in jobs (84,+). North Carolina has about million acres of timberland, primarily dominated by hardwoods in terms of number of species, acres of timberland, and live standing tree inventory. North Carolina timber delivered to wood-using mills was valued at $ million in .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Incidence and impact of damage to South Carolina's timber, Asheville, N.C.: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest. INCIDENCE AND IMPACT OF DAMAGE TO SOUTH CAROLINA'S TIMBER, by Robert L. Anderson,' Joe P. ~c~lure,' William H. Hoffard,' and Noel D. Cost2 'Supervisory Pathologist, Entomologist. Southeastern Area. State and Private Forestry, Asheville, North by: 2. Get this from a library.
Incidence and impact of damage and mortality trends to South Carolina's timber, [Robert L Anderson; Southeastern. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huber, Cindy M. Incidence and impact of damage to North Carolina's timber, [Asheville, N.C.]: U.S.
Dept. ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management 90 () Forest Ecology and Management The effects of timber harvest in a South Carolina blackwater bottomland Donna Perison a, *, Joseph Phelps h, Christina Pavel ', Robert Kellison d International Paper, Southlands Road, Bainbridge, GAUSA b Weyerhaeuser Company, SFRC, P.O.
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Effects of fire on pine and pine-hardwood forests in the southern Appalachians. Forest Science. 22(4): Landfall just south of Charleston, SC as a Cat 1 hurricane. Produced significant crop damage.
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A Cape Verde hurricane that reached Category 5 hurricane status on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, David was the fourth named tropical cyclone, second. Hurricane Hugo was a powerful Cape Verde tropical cyclone that inflicted widespread damage across the northeastern Caribbean and the Southeastern United States in September Across its trek, Hugo affected approximately 2 million people.
Its direct effects killed 67 people and inflicted $11 billion in damage. The damage wrought by the storm was more costly than. The main prewar agricultural products of the Confederate States were cotton, tobacco, and sugarcane, with hogs, cattle, grain and vegetable plots.
Pre-war agricultural production estimated for the Southern states is as follows (Union states in parentheses for comparison): million horses ( million),mules (,), million dairy cows (5 million), 5 million. This bulletin reports survey data on agents damaging trees in North Carolina’s forests.
Data were collected in, and by the Forest Inventory and Analysis Work Unit of the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station.
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The South Carolina Forestry Commission estimates the damage to the state’s timber resources from strong winds and at least 25 confirmed tornadoes April 13 tops $4 million. Landowners who suffered storm damage can apply for Emergency Forest Restoration Program assistance from the Farm Services Agency.
The state’s top crop is timber, and it supports hundreds of companies and tens of thousands of jobs. Forest product industries now have an estimated economic impact of more than $18 billion in the state, according to the South Carolina Forestry Commission.
Timber is South Carolina’s largest cash crop, with an annual delivered value of over $ million. Wood products are the 3rd largest manufacturing industry in the state, employing o residents and contributing $ billion annually to our economy.
Forested timberlands occupy approximately two-thirds ( million acres) of South. South Carolina Timber Prices. Product June ; Pine Pulpwood: Pine Sawtimber: Pine CNS: Hardwood Pulpwood: Hardwood Sawtimber *Prices shown are based on per ton stumpage price.
Prices are based on an average calculated from a sample of timber buyers across the U.S., and only intended to provide an estimate of trends and current prices. Actual. The I & D Section has the responsibility for monitoring, reporting, and coordinating suppression of endemic pests affecting forest trees in South Carolina.
I&D also works closely with Christmas tree growers, nurseries growing forest tree seedlings, seed orchards producing tree seed and urban areas with tree pest problems. In: Pickering L, Baker C, Kimberlin D, Long S, eds. Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases.
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The history of the lumber industry in the United States spans from the precolonial period of British timber speculation, subsequent British colonization, and American development into the twenty-first century.
Following the near eradication of domestic timber on the British Isles, the abundance of old-growth forests in the New World posed an attractive alternative to importing choice timber.
Stumpage price is the amount a buyer should pay directly to the owner of standing timber. The actual price that a landowner should receive for a tract of timber might be considerably higher or lower than the prices in this report due to differences in timber volume, timber quality, accessibility, and effects of local supply and demand.Determining your risk with regard to earthquakes, or more precisely shaking from earthquakes, isn't as simple as finding the nearest fault.
The chances of experiencing shaking from an earthquake and/or having property damage is dependent on many different factors. The National Hazard Maps use all available data to estimate the chances of shaking (of different strengths and.Size of Forestry Economy and Major Sectors in South Carolina Over the last decade total output for South Carolina’s forestry sector has increased by $ billion, despite a major recession that occurred midway during that time period.
Total output increased from $ billion to $ billion since Employment declined, but, on a total.