Investigating The Effect Of Our Logging Activities On Soil Erosion And Sedimentation
An article in the New Zealand Journal of Forestry discusses the current situation in New Zealand.
June 2012 Edition Of Cjfe Packed With Interesting Logging Research Results
Many practical research articles have direct relevance to current logging operations. All research articles are free-for-download.
Useful Technical Publications For Loggers From The Virginia Cooperative Extension
These include farm tractor logging, efficient log trucking and forest planning.
Sweden's Skogforsk Reorganises
Large Swedish forestry research institution, Skogforsk, has reorganised for its new four year framework programme.
How To Manage Worker And Operator Fatigue In Forestry
WorkSafe Victoria provides guidelines for managing fatigue in forest operations.
Ground Based Harvesting Handbook Now Free-to-download
The FESA handbook, compiled in 2010, can be downloaded from their website.
What Are Harvester Operators Looking At When They Work?
The modern harvester operator must be aware of many factors while operating.
Volvo Trucks Starts Testing Autonomous Vehicles In Remote Locations
Autonomous vehicles continue to be developed by various manufactures for difficult and high safety risk conditions.
The Third International Forest Engineering School Is Being Presented During November
This comprehensive three-week course concentrates on the use of technology to more effectively manage Forest Engineering operations.
Komatsu Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of The Autonomous Haulage System (ahs)
Komatsu has also reached the 100-AHS-trucks-in-operation milestone