With parameter values determined by calibration, SNAP was validated using the remaining data from 9 native forests, 12 radiata pine
plantations, and 12 eucalypt plantations (Table 2).
Jane Struthers, author of Decorating With Wood, calls pine "the most commonly used softwood of all." She says that since the late 1980s, pine has "enjoyed a tremendous revival of popularity and interest." Yellow pine, radiata pine
, pitch pine, ponderosa pine and western white pine "are some of the most commonly grown trees."
Cerda and Wolfe (2003) presented a study performed with the purpose of assessing the mechanical properties of radiata pine
(Pinus radiata) utility poles, planted in southern Chile.
grandis, and a few conifers, such as radiata pine
and slash-caribaea pine hybrids.
In Australia, Sydney Water Corporation and State Forests of NSW have been applying dewatered biosolids to Pinus radiata (radiata pine
) plantations since 1991.
In North America, the more famous pines include yellow pine, radiata pine
, pitch pine, ponderosa pine and western white pine.
Extraction of polyflavanoids from radiata pine
bark using hot compressed water at temperatures higher than 100[degrees]C.
Table 1: Single species pulp producers, species, attributes, and most appropriate applications Country Major producers Species Indonesia PT Tel, PT Riau Andulan acacia PT Kiani Kertas Brazil Aracruz, Klabin-Riocell Eucalyptus Cenibra, Bahia Sul, Jari grandisflora Canada AIPac, DMI, Domtar aspen Canada Domtar, Irving maple Spain, Portugal, ENCE, Portucel, Phoenix Eucalyptus Chile, Thailand CMPC, Santa Fe globulus Sweden, major pulp producers birch Finland, Canada Chile CMPC/Arauco radiata pine
Canada DMI, AIPac white spruce Canada Domtar, Abitibi-Cons.
Approximately 440 000 ha of grassland and scrub were planted to exotic forest species (predominantly radiata pine
(Pinus radiata D.
is a softwood of the Family Pinaceae, a native Californian with a very limited growing area in the United States but a far-reaching growing area around the world.