Current affiliation: Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy ResearchSubject: Materials SciencePrimary location: Norway
Published in:International Biodeterioration & BiodegradationPublication date:2014-02-01
Published in:European Journal of Wood and Wood ProductsPublication date:2010-04-08
Published in:Wood Science and TechnologyPublication date:2014-02-01
We describe anatomical features of Scots pine sapwood which show large variation and is stand dependend. The anatomical differences are linked to t...
Published in:Wood Material Science and EngineeringPublication date:2009-03-01
Published in:Materials SciencePublication date:2011-11-24
Published in:Environmental Toxicology and ChemistryPublication date:2010-05-14
Published in:HolzforschungPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Wood Science and TechnologyPublication date:2015-05-22
Published in:International Biodeterioration & BiodegradationPublication date:2016-10-01
Published in:International Wood Products JournalPublication date:2017-03-24
Why do some timber bridges bleed creosote and some don't? This article tries to answer this by looking solely into wood anatomical properties.