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Articles from Forest Products Journal (February 1, 2005)

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Brookings Institute report estimates major demand for construction by 2030. Brief Article 127
Correction. Correction Notice 229
Durability improvement for structural wood composites through chemical treatments: current state of the art. Smith, W. Ramsay; Wu, Qinglin Cover Story 4863
Environmental concentrations of copper, chromium, and arsenic released from a chromated-copper-arsenate-(CCA-C-) treated wetland boardwalk. Lebow, Stan; Foster, Daniel 7204
Global demand for certified hardwood products as determined from a survey of hardwood exporters. Hrabovsky, Ellen E.; Armstrong, James P. 5121
Load-withdrawal displacement characteristics of staples in selected hardwoods. Zhang, Jilei; Skipper, Jim 5966
New soy-based adhesive offers earth-friendly alternative for bonding wood. 363
OSB from small-diameter trees. Brief Article 114
Potential mercury and hydrochloric acid emissions from wood fuels. Mentz, Karen; Pinkerton, John; Louch, Jeff 2562
Roy O. Martin Lumber Company wins 2004 forest stewardship award. Brief Article 196
Stress distribution in structural composite lumber under torsion. Gupta, Rakesh; Siller, Tobias S. 4174
Tensile and dimensional properties of wood strands made from plantation southern pine lumber. Wu, Qinglin; Cai, Zhiyong; Lee, Jong N. 3343
The annual increase of Northeastern regional timber stumpage prices: 1961 to 2002. Wagner, John E.; Sendak, Paul E. 9030
Total organic compounds released from dehumidification drying of air-dried hardwood lumber. Beakler, Brian W.; Blankenhorn, Paul R.; Stover, Lee R.; Ray, Charles D. 4656
Understanding the United States S4S hardwood board market. Bowe, Scott A.; Smith, Robert L.; LaBissoniere, Michael D. 5259
Value-added structural components from underused hardwoods. Brief Article 195
Visualizing wood interiors: a qualitative assessment of what people react to and how they describe it. Nordvik, Enar; Broman, N. Olof 3732
Wood-Based Composites Center adds three new industrial partners. Brief Article 203

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