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Forest Products Journal

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Forest Products Journal

The Forest Products Journal is the source of information for industry leaders, researchers, teachers, students, and everyone interested in today's forest products industry.

In addition to a feature article that focuses on a subject of current interest to the industry, each issue contains numerous technical articles; industry news; information on changes and updates in codes, standards, and regulations; a review of pertinent reference sources; a listing of current patents; a summary of technical articles on forest products published in over 20 international technical journals; and a listing of coming events. Each issue also includes an employment referral service section. Numerous job opportunities encompassing virtually every branch of the forest products industry are advertised. A Postions Wanted section is also available for those seeking employment. Society members are entitled to two free consecutive positions wanted insertions.

The Forest Products Journal is published monthly with the exception of July/August and November/December, which are combined issues. Each month the complete Journal is posted, cover to cover, in electronic format on the FPS website for access by members, along with the issues from the preceding two months. Issues prior to these three posted Journals are archived in the Interactive Library. In addition, each month the full-color feature article is posted separately and can be viewed by members and nonmembers.

See story at http://www.forestprod.org/fpjover.html