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Douglas Fir Chip Export Industry - - (Wood chip rainforest destruction)

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Douglas Fir Chip Export Industry - Coos Bay, Oregon Douglas Fir and other species of chips are piled for export in Coos Bay, Oregon. Northwestern wood chips primarily bound for the Orient leave the Port of Coos Bay on large chip bearing cargo ships. Chips are used primarily for making OSB (oriented strand board) and are pulped for making paper.

Wood chip rainforest destruction, Douglas Fir Chip Export Industry Stock

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