National Forestry Database - Forest Products, Canada
Entry ID: Canada_CFS_ForestProducts
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A multitude of products can be harvested from the forest. Some of them are|
roundwood, such as industrial roundwood and fuelwood or firewood. Others are
maple products and Christmas trees.
Roundwood - Sections of tree stems, with or without bark. Included are
logs, bolts, pulpwood, posts, pilings, and other products still "in the round"
in the subcategory called industrial roundwood. Also included are fuelwood (for
industrial or institutional needs) and firewood (for household or recreational
Christmas Trees - Mainly pine and balsam fir.
Maple Products - Syrup, sugar, taffy, and butter.To provide the most
recently available authoritative data on forest products in Canada.
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Data Set Citation
Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM) (ed.); Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service - Brian D. Haddon (comp.)
Dataset Title: National Forestry Database - Forest Products, Canada
Dataset Release Place: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Dataset Publisher: CCFM, National Forestry Database Program (NFDP)
Online Resource: http://nfdp.ccfm.org/
|Start Date: 1940-01-01|
|AGRICULTURE >FOREST SCIENCE >FOREST HARVESTING AND ENGINEERING [Definition]|
|AGRICULTURE >FOREST SCIENCE >FOREST PRODUCTS/COMMODITIES [Definition]|
|AGRICULTURE >FOREST SCIENCE >FOREST YIELDS [Definition]|
|HUMAN DIMENSIONS >ECONOMIC RESOURCES [Definition]|
ISO Topic Category
Roundwood - Prior to 1990, Statistics Canada received provincial Crown land|
information from the provincial/territorial agencies responsible for forest
management and made its own estimates for private land information. As of 1990,
the National Forestry Database receives all the information from the
provincial/territorial and federal agencies responsible for forest management.
Only some details for Ontario private lands are estimated.
Christmas Trees - With the 1996-1997 survey, the National Forestry
Database dropped the breakdown by ownership.
Maple Products - The totals for maple products are compiled by
Statistics Canada. With the 1996-1997 survey, the National Forestry Database
dropped the breakdown by ownership.
It should be noted that the data presented for the Northwest Territories
includes statistical information for Nunavut, which was established on April 1,
Copyright - Canadian Council of Forest Ministers 1998. The data used in these|
documents have been provided by the National Forestry Database Program,
Canadian Council of Forest Ministers. Reproduction or future utilization is
authorized as long as reference is made to the source.Links from the National
Forestry Database site to other sites are presented as a convenience to users.
The National Forestry Database Program is not responsible for the information
found at these sites.
Users should also note that the National Forestry Database Program does
not assume any responsibility for the quality of external products or services
listed or described in such sites.
Also, please consult the 'Introduction and Background' web page
(http://nfdp.ccfm.org/compendium/index_e.php) for a statement of precautions in
using the data.
Data Set Progress
Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada
Data Center URL: http://cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/?lang=en
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: michael.vasseur at nrcan-rncan.gc.ca
580 Booth Street
Province or State: Ontario
Postal Code: K1A 0E4
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