Weight loss was monitored in piles of 100-inch and tree-length aspen and balsam fir pulpwood that was harvested during the spring and summer of 1984 in northern Minnesota. The rate of weight loss was found to be largely constant, though influenced by environmental factors. Equations were developed which describe weight loss under varying conditions of rainfall, temperature, and humidity.
Droessler, Terry et al..
Rate of Weight Loss in Piled Pulpwood.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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