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Forest Products Tasmania - Quarterly
 
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    NAME OF ORGANISATION
    Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)

    OVERVIEW
    Quarterly collection of log inputs to sawmills and wood chip mills and output (sawn timber and woodchips). Native forest and plantation forest input are collected. Softwood and hardwood species collected as separate data items

    PURPOSE
    Measure harvest from native and plantation forest and product output and enable assessment of health of forestry sector

    SCOPE
    all producing sawmill and woodchipping locations with logs inputs of 3000 cm plus, annually. Collection covers all woodchippers.

    DATA DETAIL

    Conceptual framework
    Activity based collection ie units engaged in timber sawing, woodchipping

    Main outputs
    logs delivered m3 and sawn and peeled timber produced, woodchips produced into softwood and hardwood for timber production Timber production in cubic metres, woodchip production in tonnes

    Classifications
    type of log input (softwood or hardwood), source (Crown or private land)

    Other concepts (summary)
    not applicable

    GEOGRAPHIC DETAIL
    Tasmania

    Comments and/or Other Regions
    Tasmania

    COLLECTION FREQUENCY
    Quarterly

    Frequency comments


    COLLECTION HISTORY
    Dates from 1970's Last data collected Sep 2004. 2003/04 data published in Tasmanian Statistical Indicators : ( ABS Cat No. 1303.6), last issue June 2004

    DATA AVAILABILITY
    Yes

    Data availability comments
    published in Tasmanian Statistical Indicators : ( ABS Cat No. 1303.6)


    DATE OF LAST UPDATE FOR THIS DOCUMENT
    03/08/2007 02:51 PM



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