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Logging Essay Examples

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A Story about Woody and the Beaver
Timber! And with a crash the mighty oak hit the ground. There was never a tree too big or a job too tough for Woody. He enjoyed his job as a lumberjack and with good reason. The pay was good, he had always liked the outdoors and he was good at what he did. In fact, some say he was the best. His friends in the city however...
1,175 words
3 pages
An Analysis of a Case Study Concerning the Issue of Extinction and Logging Industry Practices
Values on a Collision Course (Case 8-1) Throughout the years, extinction has been a main topic in society. As the logging industry practices, the decline of our wildlife and the threat of extinction rise by the day. So the problems and solutions of this matter only become more complicated as time passes by. Many effort...
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A Review of the Beautiful Cascade Mountains and Its Tourism Potential
Have you ever awakened on a beautiful sunny morning in the Southwest planning on going for a hike in the Cascade Mountains, but when you arrive at your destination there are only stumps? This is the result of clear-cut logging. The negative aspects of logging, by far, outweigh the benefits. Clear-cut logging is the pract...
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3 pages
Logging Industry
When you think logging you probably think Paul about Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe. Maybe you think of it as men just cutting down trees. In all actuality, logging is so much more. It is estimated to be a 270 billion dollar a year business. According to the Resource Conservation Alliance, the global wood consumption is expe...
747 words
2 pages
The Negative Effects of Deforestation
The Earth istaking the risk of losing all its trees every second of every day. Logging companies don’t really care about the forests they just care about the money they make for all the lumber. But they don’t realize that tarring down all the forest can affect the whole world.Deforestation is rolling at such a fast pace tha...
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The Issue of Mass Destruction of Rainforests, the Lungs of the World
This we know- the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood which unites one family. Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. Chief Sealth of the Duwamish Tribe. (Nations,108). Rainforests are some...
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World Resources Institute Launched Advance Satellite Imagery to Combat Illegal Logging
As if the fuel wood crisis wasn’t enough of a drain on the forests of Africa, there are several other uses for wood that contribute to deforestation and land degradation, such as logging, which is among the major threat to African forests. In 1998 the World Resources Institute (WRI) launched a project called Global Forest W...
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Abolishing Logging Tactics to Save Fish Proves to Be Fatal to Surrounding Economy
Abolishing Logging Tactics To Save Fish Proves to Be Fatal to Surrounding Economy As most would interpret, densely wooded portions of land and or forests serve not only as a place of feasible ecological balance but also as a realm of majestic tranquility. Other individuals, ones with an opposing viewpoint, view forests...
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2 pages
The Importance of Rain Forests
Rain Forests Rain forests occur throughout the world where both heavy rains occur and where forests grow. By definition, a rain forest needs to receive more than eight feet of rain annually. Rain forests cover seven percent of the Earths land surface, and two percent of its total surface. Although they cover only a smal...
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2 pages
An Overview of the Rain Forests
Rain forests occur throughout the world where both heavy rains occur and where forests grow. By definition, a rain forest needs to receive more than eight feet of rain annually. Rain forests cover seven percent of the Earths land surface, and two percent of its total surface. Although they cover only a small portion of the...
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2 pages
An Introduction to the Historical Logging
A. Historical logging is a complete recording of all data passing through a device. Statistical logging deals more with statistics that are kept on each data port. The difference between them is that historical logging is the complete copy of transactions done for a particular day and statistical logging for example deal...
295 words
1 page
The Negative Impact of Deforestation
Deforestation's Impact
PSC 391
May 1, 2000
Deforestation is the permanent destruction of indigenous forests and woodlands.(WWF)
Currently, forests cover approximately one fifth of the world's land. Forests provide us with many products we use in our everyday lives. They also provide for us in other ways such from helping st...
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3 pages
The Reasons for the Growing Public Dissatisfaction on Environmental Issues
Within the past decade there has been a rising "environmentally conscious"
movement. The spectrum of issues in contention by environmentalism has expanded
virulently and is reaching its zenith. Public dissatisfaction with the
environmental movement is forming, as the movement has taken the fight for the
environmen...
920 words
2 pages
A Report on the Problem of Industrial Logging in the Amazon
During the past several decades, changes in the global climatic pattern have become evident and have attracted much attention from both the general public and the professional environmental organizations. Deforestation is one of the main reasons for these known changes. One of the reasons that cause the disappearing of the...
2,264 words
5 pages
The Negative Effect of Deforestation
Deforestation s Impact PSC 391 May 1, 2000 Deforestation is the permanent destruction of indigenous forests and woodlands.(WWF) Currently, forests cover approximately one fifth of the world s land. Forests provide us with many products we use in our everyday lives. They also provide for us in other ways such from helpin...
1,204 words
3 pages
An Analysis of the Ecological Issue of Deforestation
A Ecological issue: Deforestation, logging Issues: Effects wildlife habitats biodiversity Increases soil degradation erosion. Carbon storage - leads to more Carbon dioxide in atmosphere - leads to global warming Social- technological: Can lead to global warming Less use of timber to stop Essay. The ec...
518 words
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Why Are the Nigerian Rainforests Becoming Endangered?
Nigeria Rainforest There are many rainforests located throughout the world. Some of these rainforests are in danger. Among those which are being destroyed are the Nigerian Rainforests. These rainforests are endangered because of logging companies among a number of other things. Rainforests across the world are being...
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A Discussion of the Issue of the Destruction of Rainforests and Its Causes
This we know- the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood which unites one family. Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. Chief Sealth of the Duwamish Tribe. (Nations,108). Rainforests are some...
1,032 words
2 pages
Exploring the Impact of Deforestation
Deforestation’s Impact PSC 391 May 1, 2000 Deforestation is the permanent destruction of indigenous forests and woodlands.(WWF) Currently, forests cover approximately one fifth of the world’s land. Forests provide us with many products we use in our everyday lives. They also provide for us in other ways such from helpin...
1,204 words
3 pages
An Analysis of the Different Causes of Deforestation and Measures to Deal with the Problem
Causes for Deforestation The Rainforests are being destroyed, daily at alarming rates. The deforestation is caused by three main factors: Commercial Logging, Non-commercial Farming Operations and Commercial Agricultural Development, there are also many minor factors, but the biggest of these is Cocaine production. Many s...
706 words
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The Process of Logging and the Need for Correct Tools and Knowledge
When logging needs more lift it is sometimes necessary to raise the mainline for easier and faster production; specifically, the logs being pulled by the yarer should not scrape the ground, or hang up on stumps, so when more lift is needed a high climber is called in. No matter if a high climber is setting out to top a tree...
563 words
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