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Table 1 Descriptions of the pools in the BC-HWPv1

From: Forest carbon in North America: annual storage and emissions from British Columbia’s harvest, 1965–2065

Pool name Description
Paper (In-usePAP) Various paper and paper board products.
Single family homes (In-useSFH) Long-lived building elements made from lumber, plywood and panels in single-family homes.
Multi-family homes (In-use MFH) Long-lived building elements made from lumber, plywood and panels in multi-family homes.
Commercial buildings (In-useCB) Long-lived building elements made from lumber, plywood and panels in commercial, industrial and public buildings.
Residential upkeep and moveable homes (In-use UMV) Medium-lived building elements made from lumber, plywood and panels, (e.g. decks, fences, repairs and renovations to interior building elements). Moveable homes including mobile homes and floating homes.
Furniture & other manufacturing products (In-useMNF) Products made through secondary manufacturing from lumber, plywood and panels, (e.g. furniture, guitars, decorations)
Shipping (In-useSHP) Wooden containers, pallets, dunnage, blocking and bracing.
Other (In-useOTR) Remainder of wood consumption
Effluent (Ef) Pulp discarded to decay aerobically.
Dump wood (DW) Wood discarded to dumps or otherwise decaying aerobically.
Dump paper (DP) Paper discarded to dumps or otherwise decaying aerobically.
Degradable landfill wood (L WD) Portion of wood discarded to managed, sanitary landfills that will decay anaerobically.
Non-degradable landfill wood (L WN) Portion of wood discarded to managed, sanitary landfills that will not decay.
Degradable landfill paper (LPD) Portion of paper discarded to managed, sanitary landfills that will decay anaerobically.
Non-degradable landfill paper (L PN) Portion of paper discarded to managed, sanitary landfills that will not decay.
Emissions as C dioxide (ECO2) The amount of C estimated to be released as carbon dioxide.
Emissions as methane (ECH4) The amount of C estimated to be released as methane.