The suitability of five Western Australian mallee eucalypt species for wood-cement composites
There are currently around 10 000 ha of mallee eucalypt plantations in Western Australia that have been established primarily for the production of eucalypt leaf oils. Planting rates are projected to increase dramatically in future. The financial viability of these plantations is dependent upon finding a commercial outlet for the small diameter wood and bark residues, which may constitute up to half of the harvested material. The potential for such residues to be utilised in cement-bonded wood...[Show more]
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