This leaflet sets out the obligations of manufacturers, repairers, recyclers and others involved in the wood packaging material sector under the United Kingdom Wood Packaging Material Marking Programme.
This booklet contains a summary of statistics about woodland and forestry.Please note – the printed version of this document is an A2 sheet folded to A6. The PDF of the document is set to print at A3 therefore some of the pages will appear upside down.
The increase in timber volume gained from planting improved Sitka spruce stock has been estimated to be between 21% and 29% at the end of a rotation. This Research Note presents the results of new research designed to investigate the impact of improved Sitka spruce stock on quality characteristics which determine the quantity of green […]
This publication covers the management and biodiversity data collected during the first National Inventory of Woodland and Trees (NIWT1) that were not published with the main statistics on woodland area. Many of these data were collected for the first time during this National Inventory project.
Forestry Statistics is a compendium of statistical information about woodland, forestry and primary wood processing in the UK. Forestry Statistics is now published in web format only. The PDF available here contains the information from the original interactive web pages.
This publication combines and replaces Forestry Commission Field Book 1: Top diameter sawlog tables and Forestry Commission Field Book 11: Mid diameter volume tables. The top diameter method for assessing volume is restricted to groups of sawlogs, preferably of uniform length up to 8.4 m. Volume determination using the mid diameter method is traditionally used […]
Forestry Statistics is a compendium of statistical information about woodland, forestry and primary wood processing in the UK. Forestry Statistics is now published in a web format only. The PDF available here contains the information from the original interactive web pages.
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