Domestic Consumption of Lumber and Panel Products, 1976 . U.S. Lumber Production by Region, 1952-76 . .. cords annually. much of this increase may re- flect rapid growth in commercial use of wood fuels as well as residential fuelwood
Since the last publication of this series in 1999 (data compiled through 1997), many agencies have discontinued the third of U.S. annual consumption of softwood lumber and .. lumber producer price index, have historically been much.
Description. This report presents annual data but is published every 2 years. the data present current and historical information on production, trade, consumption, and prices of timber products in the United States. the report focuses on
9—U.S. annual industrial wood product production in thousands of short tons, product weight, 1965–2011 (thousand short produced in the United States came from the West. much of this production came from old-growth timber on feder-.
18 May 2010 UNECE/FAO timber Section Geographical shifts in production, consumption and trade . North America. Cis. Growing stock. Net annual increment Fellings s. Billion m3. Source:Temperate and Boreal Forest Resources
Nearly 80 cubic feet of wood products, or more than 2 cubic meters, is used by the average American each year. America's Although some forest products are exported, most of this cut is for domestic consumption. the United Hardly less striking are contrasts in forest types growing in much closer proximity. in the State
9 Jan 2018 Major consumers of forest products. Percentage of global consumption (2016). industrial roundwood: United States of America (18 percent); China (11 percent); Russian Federation (9 percent); Canada (8 percent); Brazil (8
Keywords: Production, consumption, timber products . Annual U.S. wood products production and foreign trade data are . from wood, some from combinations of wood and nonwood materials, and many are made with no wood at all. Many.
Alaska is by far the U.S. state with the largest amount of forested land, followed by Oregon and California. Net volume of timber growing stock in the United States in 2012, by region (in million cubic feet)*. + Total United States industrial roundwood consumption from 2006 to 2015 (in million cubic feet)* Annual payroll income of the U.S. forest products industry as of 2017 ( in million U.S. dollars).
Total Forest Growth exceeds the amount harvested each year since the 1940's; Annual hardwood growth rate surpasses Scientists estimate lumber manufacturing consumes just 4% of the energy used by all raw materials manufacturers. Steel and concrete manufacturers consume 56%. A steel stud requires 21 times as much energy to produce and releases 15 times the sulfur dioxide as a wood 2x4.
Since the last publication of this series in 2001 (data compiled through 1999), many agencies have discontinued the collection of . During 2002, apparent consumption of most timber products increased compared with 1-year-ago levels.
16 Apr 2015 the United States exported a record $9.7 billion of forest products in fiscal year 2014. Despite the growth in export volume, U.S. timber stocks (uncut trees in the forest) have experienced net . China's current per-capita wood consumption is far below the world average and is expected to continue to
Forests in the us are considered productive and provide for much of the country's of forest products (including wood fuel) and consumed 563.3 million cubic meters. of us softwood timber production, declined from about 66 million cubic meters per year to
in the period to 2050, annual U.S. timber harvest is projected to increase 24 percent to. 22.4 billion cubic feet. Softwood harvest .. the consumption of wood products much, as consumers with higher incomes were willing (and able) to pay the
Description. timber products are vital in the construction, manufacturing, and shipping segments of the U.S. economy. Nearly all new houses are built principally with wood. Wood building products are also used extensively in the construction
during the first 7 months of 2014, softwood lumber consumption increased 5.0% from the same year ago. the domestic industry market share stabilized after eroding because of low-cost furniture imports, a sluggish global economy, and a
interestingly, annual per capita wood consumption in developed and developing countries is about equal, at just over 0.5 m<sup>3</sup> per person. During the 1990s, the area of tropical forests shrank by a net 12.3 million ha each year, but non-tropical areas actually the past decade has also seen a shift from industrial roundwood and sawnwood to wood-based panels, which make much fuller use of timber.
on the production, trade, consumption, and prices of timber .. 9—U.S. annual industrial wood product production in thousands of short tons, product weight, 1965–2005 (thousand .. Many western mills dependent on federal timber were.
Consumption of tropical timber by the U.S. and other industrial countries plays a significant role in tropical deforestation. increasing global demand for low-cost timber products supports a multi-billion dollar business of illegal and unsustainable Each year around 2.5 million acres of land is converted to fast-wood forests.
This statistic displays the lumber production in the United States from 2006 to 2016. in 2015, the lumber production in the United States amounted to some 39919 million board feet. All Statistics. Starting from $588 / Year. Prices & Access
of the Earth's total, 96 percent of U.S. consumption . Year. West. South. North. Trends in reserved forest land, by region, 1953–2012. timber Land and Other Forest. the South contains trees provide many valuable benefits based on their.