What wood is that

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Nick Clifford puts timber samples under the microscope.

Article from the TRADA Timber Industry Yearbook 2014

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As a construction material, timber has a very distinct advantage over the alternatives, namely that it is a living thing and therefore a renewable resource. With the use of correctly managed forests, timber represents an excellent way of creating a more sustainable construction industry.

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