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The Timberland Report
A newsletter on timberland financial trends published between 1999 and 2009.

Vol 11 (2009)
1. Pacific Northwest Timberlands: Transactions Slow, Attractiveness Remains

Vol 10 (2008)
2. Factors driving wood demand and timberland markets in the U.S. South
3. Farm Bill "Tree Act": Implications for the forest industry and timber REITs

Vol 9 (2007)
1. Corporate structure, mill capacity, & product prices in western timber and timberland markets
2. Timberland ownership and forest industry changes in the U.S. Northeast
3. Forestland markets remain hot while forest products wane--Is there a disconnect?

Vol 8 (2006-2007)
1. Conservation easements, supply agreements, & green certification
2. Wood & timberland markets in midwestern U.S.
3. Discount rates and timberland investments
4. Structural changes in the timber and timberland markets of the U.S. South

Vol 7 (2005)
1. Southern timberlands: Markets and Mother Nature
2. Northeast timberlands: Strong markets and returns

Vol 6 (2004)
4. Managing timberland investment risk

Vol 5 (2003)
1. Diversification among timberland regions
2. Southern timberlands
3. Economic optimism: A recent world history

Vol 4 (2002)
1. Calculating pre-historic and futuristic timberland returns
2. Western timberlands--An exhausting review of recent timber prices
3. Long-run demand for wood--Trends in world population and wood use
4. Northeast timberlands

Vol. 3 (2001-2002)
1. Lumbering along
2. Northeast timberlands
3. Tip for new investors
4. Not-so-hot timberland returns

Vol. 2 (2000-2001)
1. Southern timberlands
2. U.S. softwoods exports to Japan
3. Western timberlands
4. Southern timberlands

Vol. 1 (1999)
1. Western timberlands
2. Northeast timberlands
3. Southern timberland activity
4. Measuring timberland performance

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