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What is logging and Its Types?

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HeatherCole

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Logging plays an important role in our daily life. So before diving into how logging affects the ecosystem, learn what logging is. Logging has simply involved the cutting of trees for the purpose of sales such as timber, teakwood, and pulp. However, timber is using to build houses and furniture, and so on. And the pulp logs used by the industries to make paper products and paper. Usually, logging is categorized into two types; clear-cutting and selective. Clear-cutting logging is a type of logging in which loggers are interested in almost all types of woods, and they cut all the trees. But, in selective logging, loggers are interested in some woods that are highly valuable. Logging is also beneficial for the ecosystem, as it opens new plant growth and removes the litter that helps to reduce the intensity of future fires. What do you think?
 
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pmorris

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I'm thinking you're their online marketer posting spam. Oops!
 
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Hvfflpluff

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Logging plays an important role in our daily life. So before diving into how logging affects the ecosystem, learn what logging is. Logging has simply involved the cutting of trees for the purpose of sales such as timber, teakwood, and pulp. However, timber is using to build houses and furniture, and so on. And the pulp logs used by the industries to make paper products and paper. Usually, logging is categorized into two types; clear-cutting and selective. Clear-cutting logging is a type of logging in which loggers are interested in almost all types of woods, and they cut all the trees. But, in selective logging, loggers are interested in some woods that are highly valuable. Logging is also beneficial for the ecosystem, as it opens new plant growth and removes the litter that helps to reduce the intensity of future fires. What do you think?
Okay. Now that we've already know what logging is and its types, so what now? What do you expect us to think about it?
 
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