Joint timber-harvest scheduling by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management : possible effects on harvest levels and county revenues in western Oregon Public Deposited
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Joint harvest scheduling of Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service lands in western Oregon would result in small increases in harvests because of the physical allowable cut effect. Total revenues to counties in western Oregon would fall in the near future if revenues from a merged agency were determined according to current procedures. The decline in revenues would result from increased harvests from U.S. Forest Service lands and decreased harvests from Bureau of Land Management lands.
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