Dorset Woody Biomass Pre-Feasibility Study 2013 - Addendum - May 2017
A regional review of wood product availability from private native forest resources surround Scottsdale. Prepared for the Coordinator General's Office, Department of State Growth on behalf of Private Forests Tasmania by Jeremy Wilson, Esk Mapping & GIS.
This document is an addendum to the 'Dorset Woody Biomass Pre-feasibility Study' commissioned in 2013 which aimed to provide regional context to strategic estimates of resource availability from the non-industrial private native forest estate (NIPNF). This addendum utilised the GIS models developed in the 2013 study to estimate the potential volumes and availability of a broader range of wood products likely to be available from the NIPNF resource in the Dorset region.
Current and potential use of forest biomass for energy in Tasmania 2015
Research paper by Andreas Rothe, Dr Martin Moroni, Mark Neyland and Matthias Wilnhammer.
Residue Solutions Project - Forecast Residues January 2014
Forecast residue flows from forest harvesting and timber processing have been estimated by Forestry Tasmania (for publically managed forests) and Private Forests Tasmania (for privately managed forests). The forecast residues detailed in this 2014 report have been used as input into other projects
Huon Wood Biomass Pre-Feasibility Study 2013
A regional inventory of potential woody biomass resources surrounding Huonville.
Prepared for Huon Valley Diversified Industries Incorporated by Esk Mapping and GIS on behalf of Private Forests Tasmania and the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts
Dorset Woody Biomass Pre-Feasibility Study 2013
A regional inventory of potential woody biomass resources surrounding Scottsdale
Prepared for Dorset Renewable Industries Pty Ltd by Esk Mapping on behalf of Private Forests Tasmania and the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts
Forest biomass for energy: Current and potential use in Tasmania and a comparison with European experience
Report on the Sabbatical Project by Prof. Dr. Andreas Rothe
Tasmania a place of opportunity for Biomass
Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts brochure promoting Tasmania as a place of opportunity for Biomass project developers and investors - 2014
Use of Wood Residues for Heating
The use of wood residues for heating by agencies from all levels of government has a great but largely unrealised potential in Tasmania and other cooler Australian regions. This escellent story from New Zealand was published in the weekly electronic forest industry newsletter 'WoodWeek' and it serves as an excellent reminder of what untapped potential there is to reap benefits in regional economic growth, employment and environment if we take this seriously.
PFT thanks John Stulen and WoodWeek (www.woodweek.com/dsp_subscribe.cfm) for permission to reproduce this story.