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Olavi Linnamies

Metsäteollisuutemme laajennukset ja puuraaka-aineen riittävyys.

Linnamies O. (1971). Metsäteollisuutemme laajennukset ja puuraaka-aineen riittävyys. Silva Fennica vol. 5 no. 3 article id 4846. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a14648

English title: Expansion capacity of Finnish forest industries and the sufficiency of wood raw material.


The Finnish forest industries have doubled their use of wood raw material during the past two decades. The average annual overcut of 4.0 million m3 in 1960–64 has been turned into an average annual surplus of 2.7 million m3 in 1965–69. By 1974 industry’s requirements for domestic roundwood would increase by about 6.3 million m3, if all new capacity can be taken into full production. The MERA allowable cut, if realized, would leave a 1.5 million m3 annual surplus in the forest balance in 1974. Less intensive forestry programs would mean a 1.5 to 4.4 million m3 overcut in 1974.

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Original keywords
metsäteollisuus; metsätase; puunkäyttö; puuntarjonta; Suomi

English keywords
forest industries; timber balance; wood utilization; wood supply

Published in 1971

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