Wood Properties Affected by Environmental, Biological, and Other External Agencies
As has already been mentioned several times in this book, anything that changes the growth pattern of a tree can affect wood properties. This was emphasized by Paul (1959) and many others, who showed that differing environmental conditions can result in the production of wood with varying properties. In 1962 (Anon 1962) TAPPI published Monograph No. 24 with 883 references, related to the effect of environmental and genetic factors that would affect pulpwood quality. Only a few of these references are repeated in this chapter.
KeywordsClay Lignin Sandstone Shrinkage Sewage
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