Abiotic damage Timber can be damaged before actual harvest operation due to storms or heavy snow and become damaged or soiled during logging and hauling. Typical elements causing mechanical breakage are felling, delimbing, cross-cutting and skidding. An incorrect felling technique, without adequate felling notches or undercuts on the side opposite the felling cut, may cause
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