Classification of timber based on availability:, Civil Engineering

Classification Based on Availability:

Forest departments categorized timbers based on the availability as X=Most common. 1415 m3 or more per year Y=Common. 355 m3 to 1415 m3 per year Z=Less common. Less than 355 m3 per year.

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