Page 1

BULLETIN 10

JUNE, 1966

TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION NELSON T. SAMSON

Stephen F. Austin State College SCHOOL OF FORESTRY Nacogdoches, Texas


STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE SCHOOL OF FORESTRY FACULTY

LAURENCE C. WALKER, Ph.D

Dean of School and Professor of Forestry

ARTHUR VERRALL, Ph.D.

Professor of Forestry

NELSON T. SAMSON, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Forestry

ROBERT D. BAKER, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Forestry

M. VICTOR BlLAN, D. F

Associate Professor of Forestry

HARRY V. WIANT, JR., Ph.D. . Associate Professor of Forestry LEONARD BURKART, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Forestry

ELLIS V. HUNT, JR., M.S.

Assistant Professor of Forestry

ROBERT I. GARA, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Forestry

KENNETH G. WATTERSTON, Ph.D. ROBERT S. MAXWELL, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Forestry Professor of Forest History

LOWELL K. HALLS, M.S.

Part-Time Instructor, Game Management

HENRY L. SHORT, Ph.D.

Part-Time Instructor, Game Management

JERRY ANN DAVIS, B.S.

Forestry Librarian


103813 TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

AN ANALYSIS

BY NELSON T. SAMSON FOREST

ECONOMIST

Stephen F. Austin State College Nacogdoches, Texas ~


I96U TEXAS PULPV.OOD PRODUCTION

was

1,390,000 CORDS

A closer look shows

ROUND PINE

857,i|.00 CORDS

HARDWOOD

287,1>00 CORDS

CHIPS

144.6,100 CORDS

HARDWOOD and CHIP output continued their steady climb while PI ME ROUNDWOOD showed a slight increase over I9&3 production which had been the lowest output in the previous fifteen years.

PULPWOOD PRODUCTION, after a strong downward trend beginning in * 1956, reattained this peak production rate in \)6\.\»

I

x

See GRAPH I

LIBRAE*

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLJ&I NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS


TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

1946

52 54 YEARS

56

58 60 source- U.S-FS

62

64


THE MAKE-4JP

of

TEXAS PULPVVOOD PRODUCTION

has

CHANGED

TOTAL PRODUCTION

1956

1961;

86 PERCENT

51; PERCENT

HARDV/OOD

8 PERCENT

18 PERCENT

CHIPS

6 PERCENT

28 PERCENT

ROUND PINE

See GRAPH 2


TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

100

1946

48

50

52

54

56

58

60

62

64


THE DESTINATION

Of

TEXAS PULPVVOOD PRODUCTION

has

CHANGED

1956

TEXAS CONSUMED

TEXAS CONSUMED

59?ÂŁ of

its

TOTAL PRODUCTION

jBf, of

its

TOTAL PRODUCTION

There does not appear to be any reason for a change in the foreseeable future In this trend since neighboring states can readily s a t i s f y their needs within a short radius of their mills.

Future increases in pulpwood

demand w i l l come primarily as a result of Texas-based industry.

SEE GRAPH


PULPWOOD

PRODUCTION and

REQUIREMENTS

100 1946

52

54 YEARS

6O

62

source- U.S.F.S.

64


o ~ ~ w Q- 1_ CDE £ a. .C (0 o <£

XI

10

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<D • J= O H- 0

Southern Pjni Lumber Co»

TEXAS PULPING CAPACITY

_l

£o

Tons/Day 1*10

USD

890

1950

1*90

1*80

970

I95«

510

1*80

990

1952

520

1460

1000

1953

520

1(80

1000

1951;

520

1480

315

1955

575

1480

3»5

30

11+00

1956

600

720

315

1*0

1957

650

71*0

315

60

1958

650

1150

315

60

130

1959

650

1150

M5

60

130

I960

720

1250

1*25

1*0

130

1675 1765 2305 21*05 2565

1961

750

1250

1*25

1*0

130

2595

1962

772

1250

1*25

1*0

130

2617

1963

772

1250

1*25

1*0

130

2617

1961;

790

1250

1*25

i*o

130

2635

1315

During the past twenty years, the rate of annual Increase In dally pulping capacity for Texas has been only s l i g h t l y below that in Louisiana and about equal to the rate of Increase in Arkansas.

See GRAPH 1|

Source:

U.S.F.S.


LOUISIANA and ARKANSAS

PULPWOCD PRODUCTION

Texas has always been an exporter of pulpwood to neighboring states. The Increase in their use of available residues, the swing to the use of hardwoods, and the generally improved condition of their forest lands have reduced the needs of these states for Texas wood, Pulpwood procurement territories are continuing to contract*

Texas requirements for pulpwood differ somewhat from those of neighboring states in that it has a much lower percentage of it

pulping capacity

In the sulfate process. The sulfate process accounts for 59$ of Texas' pulping capacity while accounting for B\fa of Louisiana's and B6f0 of Arkansas*. The higher wood requirement per ton of p u l p produced (l.?6 cords for sulfate against 1.0 cords for the other processes in use) tends to keep Texas' market for pulpwood low in relation to Its pulping capacity.

See GRAPHS

5 and 6


7000

DAILY PULPING CAPACITY LOUISIANA -4

6000

5000

4000

3000 CO

z o 2000

1000

1946

48

52

54 YEARS

56

58

60 62 source- U.S.F.S.

64


LOUISIANA PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

1946

48

58

6O

source- U.S.FS.

62

64


ARKANSAS PULPWOOD

1946

50

52 YEARS

56

58 60 source* U.S.F.S.


THE DISTRIBUTION

of

TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

Is UNEVEN

TOTAL PRODUCTION

1957

NORTHEASTERN COUNTIES

PERCENT

SOUTHEASTERN COUNTIES

56 PERCENT

20

PERCENT

80 PERCENT

Stumpage prices for pulpwood have also declined during the past ten years to the detriment of the NORTHEASTERN COUNTIES.

Using pulpwood

stumpage prices paid on National Forest sales In Texas as a basts, the NORTHEASTERN COUNTIES received about $2,750,000 in 1956 as stumpage payments. $ 700,000.

In \9^>ht this stumpage Income had dwindled to less than The NORTHEASTERN COUNTIES

are sorely in need of an outlet

for their wood fiber. See GRAPHS 7 & 8 and MAP I & 2


SOUTHEAST TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

1946

50

52

54 YEARS

56

58

60

62

source - U.S.F. S.

64


NORTHEAST TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

100 48

50

5Z YEARS

54

56

58

60 •cures- U.S.F.S.

62

64


EAST TEXAS

.

,

WOOD

_

; UPSHUR \

_|VAM_ ZANDT

1964 PINE PULPWOOD

HENDERSON

.

-(CHE-ROKEE

PRODUCTION (cords) LEON

1

I

HOUSTON!

I40M +

E330M-40M Q20M-30M r~1IOM-20M -IOM

SOURCE - SOUTHERN

PULPWOOD

PRODUCTION - USFS


EAST

TEXAS

_|v*M_ ZANDT'\4

HARDWOOD PULPWOOD PRODUCTION (cords) I

I40M+ I30M-40M

O20M-30M

SOURCE-SOUTHERN PULPWOOD PRODUCTION-U.S.F.S.


TEXAS

FUTURE

EXPANSION

PUNS

(Announced)

CHA.'/.PION PAPERS INC. *

Add 275 tpd Fourdrinier paper machine

CV/ENS-I LLINOIS AM LL D1V. -

Build 900 tpd Containerboard plant

SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER CO. -

Increase fiberboard production 160,000,000 sq. ft. per year

SOUTHLAND PAPER AM LLS, INC.

Constructing 1^0,000 tons per year Newsprint m i l l

TEXAS NDVSPRINT CO., INC. -

Considering Newsprint m i l l

Source:

PULP o PAPER A'AGAZIME, December 6,

LIBRARY

1965

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE COLLEGE NACOGDOCHES. TBXAF

to


TEXAS PULPVKXJD PRODUCTION

Pine - F oundwood Total

Yofal Pine Roundwood

Pu 1 pwood Cords

Year

Southern

Northern

% Total Pu 1 pwood Cords

f Total Pu 1 pwood Cords

191+6 I9U7 191+8 191+9 1950

615,966 711.059 823,623 790,893 922,30U

591+.32I 667,201 781+.7I5 71+9,715 876,1+15

96.5 93.8 95.3 91+.8 95.0

252,337

300.1+89 300,951 278,829 327,571

142.3 36.5 35.3 35.5

l+i.o

1951 1952 195? 1951+ 1955

.158,371 f 159.9 18 ,210,701+ .051+, 333 .203,775

,097,806 ,092,817 ,159,261 ,003,56! , 1 19,1+86

91+.8 91+.2 95.8 95.2 93-0

1+29.312

37.1

1956 1957 1958 1959 I960

.552,015 ,1+21,818 ,385,966 .1+15.61+8 ,1+26,1+17

,339.239 ,065,690 95l+,0ll+ 906,329 916,51+7

86.3 75.0 63.8 61+.0 61+.3

196! 1962 1963 1961;

.1+1+1,1+91+ ,1+29.611+ ,1+1+3, 57U ,590,1+76

906,932 838, 192 820,319 857.376

62.9 58.6 56.8 53.9

Others

Fringe

°£ Total Pul pwood

Cords

* Total Pul pwood Cords

* Total Pul pwood

329,627 356,978 i+71+,208 1+62,1+97 531+.386

53.5 50.2 57.6 58.5 57.9

10,787 9,701 9,517 8,379 li+,1+58

.8 .1+ .2 .1 .6

1,570 33 39

0.2

36.9 39.7 37.8 31+-3

61+7.1+67 61+1.090 651+.6SO 587.155 690,815

55.9 55.3 51+.I 55-77 57J+

18,020 19,809 23,605 17.520 I1+.231+

.6 .7 .9 .7 .2

3.007 1+.290 229 811+ 1,658

0.3 0.1+ TCT O.I

577,520 1+1+3.077 i+18,063 361,326 37,819

37.2 31.2 30.2 25.5 26.1

739, li+5 605,625 518,120 530.399 528,353

1+7.6 1+2.6 37.1+ 37.5 37.0

21.559 15.663 U+,833 13,787 16,333

.1+ .1 .1 .0 I.'

2,998 817 1+2

1,015 1,325

o.i o.i

31+3.815 321+, 953 278,015 265,91+1+

23.9 22.7 19.3 16.7

51+7,307 501+.3I7 533.81+8 582,651

38.0 35.3 37.0 36.6

15,810 8,788 8,1+26 8,781

I.I 0.6 0.6 0.6

T2T+-

1427.628 1+80,71+7 398,072 1+12,779

10

0.2 O.I

Sourcei U.S.F.S. Southern Pulpwood Production


TEXAS PULPWOOD PRODUCTION

Hardwood - Roundwood

Year

Total Tota 1 f, Hardwood Tota 1 Roundwood Pu 1 pwoo

19146

21.665

191+7 I9Jj8 191*9 1950

1+3,858

6.2

38.908 1*1.178 145.889

1+.7 5.2 5.0

3.5

Northern

Fringe %

Cords

Total Pu 1 pwood

7,193 13.712 11.751* 12,601

1.2 1.9 1.1* 1.6

9,092

i.o

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

60,565 67,101 51.141+3

5.2 5.8 1*.2

12,678 13.680 9.21*5

I.I 1.2 0.8

50,772 8i|,2P9

1+.8 7.0

8.819 ll.ooo

0.8 1.0

1956 1957 1958 1959 I960

119,776 160,528 172,872 213,719 217.970

7.7 11.5 12.5 15.1 15.3

1961 1962 1963 1961+

223,562 253,222 2142,655 287,000

Cords

% Total Pu 1 pwood

Cords

13,887 2.3 27,991 3.9 25,259 3.1 26,292 3.3 36,1+9!+ 14.0

585

1*7,502 14.1 53.018 14.6 141.667 3.14 39.716 3.8 69,323 5.3

385 1*03

oli., ^12 127,573

6.1 9.0

16,786

I.1

2J,7^C 21.169

1 .7 1.5

133,856

io.o

1+0,831+ 39,556

2.9 2.8

I67.7U7 173.222

H.8 12.1

15.5 17.7 16.8

140,375

2.8

176,1496

12.2

51,070

3.6

30,216

2.1

18.0

51,6)49

3.2

191,338 202,773 230,236

13.1* 1)4.0 I1+.5

117 163 125 303

531

2,106

% Total Pu 1 pwood

% Cords

Total Pu I pwood 2ords

Pu 1 pwood

O.I

270^8

1X3

f.732

0.2

2,160

0.3

. .,

u_

__

~

TT^

£',969

0.2

' 5.H7 5,307 6. 129 929

0.3 0.1;. 0.1+ O.I

2,171

1*.1*37 5.975 i*,578

3,013

Resi dues Mainly Pine

others

_ - - -

——

T3T 307 5,559

o.P

7.,J28

O.J

a%000 195,600

o.O 13.8

6,718 1+.209

0.5 0.3

259,100 295,600

18.7 20.9

0.2

3,021

0.2

291,900

20.5

0.3 0.1+ 0.3

2.251+

0.2

1+.839

0.3

5,088

0.1+

2,102

O.I

311,000 21.6 338,200 23.7 380,600 26.1+ 1+U6,IOO 28.0

o.s

Sources U.S.F.S. Southern Pulpwood Production


TEXAS PINE PRODUCTION - PULPVIDOD (Roundwood)

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Southern

1946 1947 1948 1949

29,066 21,671 36,093 35.078

1950

4o,820

11,550 14.219 17,792 15,659 16.672

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

41,713 35,160 52,812 55,201 53,453

28,1+86 53.034 65,549 28,835 52,870 62.693 27,804 43,025 63,437 30,997 12,649 46.269 37.139 23,586 52.233

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

47,167 44,019 42,706 50.499 1+1+.7I5

52,176 31.885 26,621 31,802 27,533

196! 1962 1963 1964

47,072 36.352 47,162 36,210 16,152 30,757 50.015 23,655 18,876 25.785 51,609 963 20,190 21,287 30.515

8,789 7,409 9,949 9.179 30,674

36,353 27.81+7 25,784 20,968 16,987

29,11+0 22,11+1

33.757 32,565 51.839 32,782 45,745 33.480 73,864 37.900 19.307

28,568

55,632 49,452 42,276 35.527 32.626

1,725

1,786 4,264 3.769 2,290

16,018

19.803 33.780 26,288 27,1*21

58,132 60, 146 71,132 63.259 60,030

17,359 23,101 22,338 24,695 21,392

45,390 1,861 76.300 77,062 24,784 49.603 1,822 74,307 87.085 28,932 51.339 2,033 55,723 94,926 19,226 56,949 553 1+8,362 6o,l6S 29,173 70.341 2,217 44,263 71.522 48,251

11,910 26,585 4,922 17,100

16,492 10,657

27,327 27,11+2 30,882 31,006

16,373 16,496 19,641 16,821 16,451

42,006 1 1,528

12,907

41,735 40,456 44,361 47,244

7,800 18,472 20,771 25,560

8,774 11,837 23,508 24,085

16,508 9.448 16,133 i4,94i

24,823 25,700

28,466 21,660 37,201 36, 1 69 21.556 41.158 53.299 16,020 30,864 45.340 43.954 30,720 34.505 44.405

28,053 329.627 16,34? 22,367 356,"?8 15,001 28,005 474,?08 18,301+ 25,848 46?,4°7 17,006 27,562 534, 3? 6

11,675

13,486 30,318 24,008 13,518 20,71+0 24.53° 16, 122 37,245 27,787 io,647 31,710 33,883 11,322 42,298 56,355

61+7,467 64 l , 090 41,547 6514,680 51,399 587,155 45,650 690,815

40,239 41,027

67,177 1,194 52,269 55,629 2,243 47, i 14 43. 140 1,346 31,552 52.953 513 36,677 27 32.654 59,509

71,743 50,238 17,042 1*2,933 35,668 59,770 11,027 44,397 60,944 36,021 9,510 39,909 33,499 42,008 11,076 39,974 54,753 38,304 5,635 42,632 25,732 31,001 10,525 27,375 38,145 31,733 2,368 49.009 35,956 36,825 10,220 33.476 1*2,989 31.766 5,886 57,595 27,387 34.344 12,200 36,053

47,846 3R,4ii 37,028 2p,576 30,924

46,463 36,084 31,658 34,353 33,615

54,828 46,263 54.973 44,830

44,821 36,873 5,076 36,609 18.330 2,656 40,099 27.764 8,102 45,826 30.083 11,277

34,546 31.921 35,156 43.711

21,805 24.412 26,241

95 28.677 516 1*2,179 34.265 456 44,212

57,012 33,226 53,028 27,755 55,635 41,006 75,091 32,467

5?,819 41,269 27,982 32.573

12,071 10,763 12.330 14.248

38,105 39,961 52.105 57,072

Source: PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH,

739, 145 605,625 518,120 530,399

528,353

25,957 547,307 504,317 533,848 582,651

U.S.F.S.


TEXAS PINE PRODUCTION - PULPWOOD (Roundwood)

Anderson B ®

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c o10 4-

c

8

cc

Q_ E S

S

g V

(rt 10 J (_>

£

*I !5

"C1-

t

$

? ttQ:

. 1

2,750 6,033 I.7U8 568 .9,805 9,703 25,717 7,000

2Q.227 21,. 185 17,221 1)4,851 ll+, li+7

s

0

9,978 13,723 19,870 16,81+9 21,322

3.625 36,502 9; 338 31+.1+32 6,731+ 14+, 179 l+,6oo 1+0,307 10.83!+Cherokee 36,281+

10,761 27,536 28,01+2 21,922 I3,l-t70

'4,259 10,966 12,991 12,61+9 il+.79i+

2,602 26,228 1+.8I6 37,1+M 71,571+ 5,oi+o 25,862 61,1+1+1+ i+,200 26,065 58,001+ 5,691 21+.037 36,931

231+ 7,012 1.520 I.P22 6,3'£ J+,595 696 10,806 i+. 157 81+ 1 11.337 9,007 100 9,36o 27,120

1955

20,392 19,292 15,652 I1+.898 M.757

23.21+5 13,983 I1+.991+ 17.687 10,671

6,1|21+ 5,661 8,910 1+.I56 3,314+

23,833 26,000 30,576 26,076 Sl+^os

39,573 1+1,570 1+1,885 14+.3I3 1+3,660

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

18,036 12,523 16,622 10,31+2 12,920

lit, 821+ 15,561 10,373 12,51+9 11.31+5

6,67lt l+U.ll+9 i+,668 33,383 3,21+3 3l,it90 3,321 28,376 1,31+3 31+.508

51+.830 1+2,577 38,692 31+.209 39,1+05

1,776 18,036 1+6,619 16,796 12,151 14+.071 56,920 3.203 15,386 50.81+7 19,1+26 8,983 51.521+ 50,927 a n k l i n 1+9,283 It. 300 31+.923 1+5,912 22,706 6.315F r62,337 li+,899 l+o, 11(3 25,002 8,729 51.586 32, li+6 5', 536 21,520 i+2,2lt5 21+,01+Q 8,091 51+.897 1+2,010 6.099 22,61+7 65.791 26,969 17,653 63,71+9 51+.53I 1,583 12,011 1+0,036 22,390 6.857 72,509 33,536 960 9,669 1+1,757 18,607 5,91+7 6i+,7i+7 27,157 833 7,769 27,632 I7,lt06 7,1+26 51+.315 23,971+ 6,768 53,102 26,282 583 7,536 27,637

196! 1962 1963 1961+

12,085 7,872 It, 158 1,152

1 1 , 1 12 11,91+6 13,713

1951 1952 1953

f "I ( /

)

3 i—

!

1 -o | 1 ' -"

" Standard Cords "

Northern 191+7 191+8 191+9 1950

£ £

CO

2,322 2,508 2,516 931+ 15,577

32,330 36,710 28,028 36, 127

1+1,565 37,1+89 29.867 32,675

286 228

7,399 i+,363 1,514+ 9

30,it57 28,91+8 21+.1+2I 12.1*91

17,1*58 13,589 li+,890 12.13!+

J+,225Marlon It9,793 7,299 1+5,01+6 7,092 1+0,782 2,1+96 1+2,653

1+1,1+1+0

1+3,712 37,14*5 31+.622

23,678 2,75!+. ll+l 13.6149 21,200 7,7975,77313,152 23,715 7,027 306 11,26.° 22,291 6,8962,560 11,535 37,716 6,628 3,351 2l,68o

8,363 21,087 1+5,793 8,51+020,5191+0,1+62 12,27620,81052,395 6,71+Q 17,957 1+8,31+3 1,693 15,631 l*9,00lt 1+.14+8 2,525 6,91+1+ 8,289 6,836

38,738 39,002 31,756 26,307 32,707

65,120 52,1+67 61,135 55,1+75 57,223

7,990 3,985 20,072 9,589 1,752 31*. 139 8,7273,01+3141,551 9,831 1,678 23,007 7,953 1.331 27,°°6

1,351 252.337 7,573 300,)jP° li+,658 300,051 11,989 278.82P 11,380 327,571

12,181 5,825 1+, 152 6,!4+8 6,872

2l+, 109 2,222 31,366 15.565 577,520 16,873 1,109 26,690 6,777 14+3,077 18,721 1,871 21,870 6,502 1+18,063 12,335 821 26,553 3,621+ 361,326 371,810 6,850 It61t 33,602

ao6 17,200 14+.3I5 5,330 19 11, ,980 14(,397 2,950 11,3191+2,090 1.832 8,891* 1+2,572 307

ill+?5.1(OI 107 31+3,815 21,007 ooo 17,785 583 278^01+5 3 20.91+1 2,357 265,914+

Panola Source:

1+20,312 1+27,628 ltBO.71+7 308,072 1+12,779

PULPVVOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH, U.S.F.S.


TEXAS P I N E PRODUCTION - PULPWOOD (ROUNDWOOD)

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c

£

1

1

c

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5

s

I

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8

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c

m

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5

£

t

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=

I

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s

I

£

- Standard Cords Others

191*6 I9U7

191*8

13

11+9

1.1+08

1,570 33 39

33 39

191*9 1950

1951 1952

1953 1951* 1955

•ilk 1.561*

1956 1957 1958 1959 I960

588 51+6 1.21*5 1+50

196! 1962 1963 1961*

22

311+ Zf

1422 391 365 226 20

77

77

9l*

1,658

3

2 20

3

12

1.015 '.325 1.919

39 309

, HU

817 J*2 I2U

I2i*

Source: PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH, U.S.F.S.


TEXAS HARDWOOD PRODUCTION - PULPWOOD

(Roundwood)

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1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

2.361 2,1*86 1.936 1.732 i+,1+96

1,768 1,866 1,311 2,398 3.1*86 2,81*2

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1,61*7 2,033 1,728 2,160 928

3.769 1,608 1.383 1.329 6.01*7

7,344 355 9,348 372 8,723 291 6,121* 29 12,006 52

1,177 1,231 1,132 3,765 6,232

7,661* 8,020 6.283

4,571 5.400 5,707

2,651* io,435 44 2,928 13.520 771 3.14*3 13,308 14*9 U.570 18,541 1,067 4.821 16,1*67 1,138

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376 457

170 581 159 1,231

140

5.888 6, 161 4,827 2,913 3,621

1,1*11 1,421

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9,891 12,161 12,805 14,323 16,621

3,098 4.163 3,007 5.828 7,766

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2,852

5.650

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197 5.500 217 10,1*17 551 11,01*2 986 15,075 292 2, 15.361*

1961 1962 1963 1964

1*10 7,010 6,696 19,354 435 15,752 19,571 21,187 3.504 16,469 6,691 I. 992 8,682 91*1* 8,862 6,340 24,135 517 20,600 21.744 20,748 2.435 16,413 8,658 I, 767 9,522 4.840 20,084 5,717 7, 1*00 23,1*80 2,1*1*1* 7,1*03 5.914 15,751 333 23,082 16,387 23,1*08 821 25.843 18,893 19.841 8,585 23,884 3,926 806 9,501* 9, 859 24,288

15.11*7 16,709 676 16,777 829 16,633 790 8,606

6.255

19,367

45 76 42

608 706 998

1,806 1.495

1,265 1,324 622 1,037 1,561 2.011* 2,053 2,674

4,904

2,938 2,335 3,258 2,576 1,457 2.199 9,204 3,185 1,981 12,167 5,570 2,969

3,974 8,997 12,870 12,807 12,978

710 2,096 3.002 8,4o6 9.383

10,988 11,747 11,395 17.276

6,080

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584

19,938 13.912 6,906 6,163 14,727 6,200 6,190 14.967

6,515 4,791

h, M2 10,259

I3.PP7 27,oo| ?5/?co 26,202 36,4olj

13,065 13,749 9.823 6,201 7,793

47,502 53,018 111, 667 39,716 69,323

6.677 7.366

94,312 27,573 138,856 167,747 173,222

3,896

6,200

5,657 6,503

7,641 176,496 11,688 101,338 11,380 202,773 9.690 230,236

Source. PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH,U.S.F.S.


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2,617 1.699

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1.513 1.757

589 1,1+36

2.1+95 614+ 2.752 806 1,970 3,035 2,370 3.1+1+6 1,81+5

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969 1,069 966 1,335 1.1+97

1,263 1,201 1,728 1,907 3.21+8

l.5°7 l,'762 973 1,560 1.766

3,506 1+^635 3,921 9,361 9,597

1,966 1+0 1+61Harrison 3,029

5,522 i+,586

2,580

79 576

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2.513 2.658 5.216 1+.690 1+.H1+ li'.399 2,739 7.3M

2,187 2.311+ 1,709 817

226 200 166 1+68

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2,ii62 2,725 1,578

2,881 2.91+9 3,265

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325 361 307 371+

2,191 3,182

593 621

331

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1951 1952

67,101

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223,562 253,222 21*2,655 287,000

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3,559 3,928 6,718 1*,209 3,021

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1,885

60.565 51,1*1*3 50,772

1,571 683 1,189

881* 975 392

PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH, U.S.F.S.


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385 1403 316

1953 19514 1955

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83 303

2,096

2.169

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

3,158

1961 1962 1963 19614

2,025

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215 10

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286

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1.6148 14.025

175 1,123 378 I,5l49

139

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19146 I9U7 19148 I9U9 1950

5,892 U.609 8.I4S5 7.215 11.350

3.693 14.955 I.57U

I.53U

385 U03 531

1951 1952

IU.U'3 16,393 18,117

1.932 1,695

1,675 1,721

2,061

1.573

1.8314

11,8142

1.171 1,237

1,066

89

2,106 2,969 5.117 5,307 6,129

929 2,171

1,007

14,1437

737 27

5,975 5.088 3,013

358

2*46

585 117 163 125 303

1953 1951* 1955

15,96)4

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

I6,1M 12,360 11.739 13,115 15.302

1961 1962 1963 196/4

13,1413 7.262 7,919 8.383

835 700

3.123 2.321 1.790

629

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259 398

398

10,787 9,701 9,517 8,379 14.1*58 18,020 19,809 23,605 17,520 Il4,23i4 21,559 15.663 IU.833 13,787 16,333 15,810 8,7°8 8.U26 8,781

Henderson Sourcet PULPWOOD PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH, U.S.F.S.


ADMINISTRATION THE BOARD OF REGENTS MR. J. C. KELLAM

1967

Austin

MR. EMIL C. RASSMAN

1967

. . , .Midland

MR. WILLIAM C. DONNELL

1967

Marathon

MR. CLAYTON HEARE

1969

Amarillo

MR. OTTIS LOCK

1969

Lufkin

DR. JOSE SAN MARTIN

1969

San Antonio

SAVANNAH CROSS LOCKEY (MRS. E. D.)

1971

Troup

MR. J. L. HUFFINES, JR

1971

Greenville

MR. JOHN H. CROOKER, JR

1971

Houston

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD MR. J. C. KELLAM, President MR. EMIL C. RASSMAN, Vice-President

OFFICERS OF GENERAL

ADMINISTRATION

RALPH W. STEEN, Ph.D. J. N. GERBER, Ph.D. CHARLES G. HAAS, B.B.A. ROLLIN A. SININGER, Ed.D. VAN SAMFORD, M.A. ERNESTINE H. HENRY, M.Ed.

President Dean of the College and Graduate School .

Comptroller

Dean of Student Life Dean of Men Dean of Women


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