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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1972) 17(1): 52–60
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Properties, pulping processes and prospects for New zealand beech species ( Nothofagus spp.)

J.M. Uprichard

Integrated timber and pulp or chip production could utilize New Zealand's South Island Nothofagus resources provided transport was available to ports giving access to overseas markets. Nothofagus pulps are similar to eucalypt pulps, and would be suitable for manufacture of fine writing papers and, in admixture with long-fibred pulps, other grades of paper.
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