Residential fuelwood use in the United States, 1980-81
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1985 - Architecture - 42 pages
This report presents results of a survey of U.S. households which determined fuelwood consumption and acquisition during 1980-81. Data on fuelwood consumption are given by regions, household characteristics, and selected economic factors. Data on household acquisition include amounts purchased and harvested and are given by region, species type, and source of fuelwood. (Author).
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