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Table 7 The percent distribution of C from primary wood products stages to in-use pools[12, 46, 47]

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

   From
Time period To pools Lumber Plywood Panels
1990–2065 Single family homes (In-useSFH) 25 41 15
   (21–29) (34–44) (11–19.5)
  Multi-family homes (In-useMFH) 1.5 3 2
   (1–2.5) (2–4) (1–2.3)
  Commercial buildings (In-use CB) 7 9 6
   (5.5–8.5) (7–11) (5–7)
  Residential upkeep and moveable homes (In-useUMV) 25 25.5 16
   (21–28) (21–33) (11–24)
  Furniture & other manufacturing products (In-useMNF) 10 7.5 36
   (6.5–12) (5.5–10) (23–47)
  Shipping (In-useSHP) 10 2 1
   (9–11) (1.5–2) (0.4–1)
  Other (In-useOTR) 12 7 19
   (8–16) (5.5–10.5) (5–28)
  Landfill wood (L W j) 7.5 4 4
  Recycle (In-useOTR) 2 1 1
1965–1989 Single family homes (In-useSFH) 26 34  
   (20–36) (26–47)  
  Multi-family homes (In-useMFH) 5.5 8  
   (3–11.5) (4–14)  
  Commercial buildings (In-useCB) 10 13  
   (7.5–12.5) (9–18)  
  Residential upkeep and moveable homes (In-useUMV) 15 20  
   (9–27) (14–28.5)  
  Furniture & other manufacturing products (In-use MNF) 11 7  
   (8.5–13) (5–9)  
  Shipping (In-useSHP) 12 2  
   (9–16) (1.5–2.5)  
  Other (In-useOTR) 10.5 11  
   (2–21) (5.5–19)  
  Landfill wood (LW j) 10 5  
  1. Brackets include the minimum and maximum in the annual data provided by McKeever [47].