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Recovery, therefore, will either be a part of the sawlog or pulpwood logging system. In the west, the use of large highlead and slackline cable yarders will decline as old-growth timber gets scarcer. Smaller cable systems will handle smaller residues from partial cuts on vast second-growth acreages. To recover all possible products, highly efficient cable yarders capable of extended lateral skidding will be needed along with machines that can fell and bunch small trees on steep terrain. Use of cableways for multiproduct logging will increase in eastern hardwood stands.
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Energy programs. Goals for 1990 and plans for the year 2000 (summary and conclusions), 60 pp. Northcross, Steve. 1980. Mountain yarding/chipping operations enhance Westvaco's utilization plan. Timber Harvesting, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 18, 20-21. 38 Leon Jorge Castaftos M. and Roger A. Arola O'Dair, James R. 1980. Plant Manager, GeorgiaPacific Corporation, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA. Personal correspondence. January 6. SARH. 1979. " Under Secretary of Forestry and Wildlife. Mexico, D. F. 29-30 November.