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Color testing of four Canadian wood species

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This study ascertains the feasibility of measuring the color of four species commonly growing in Canada, Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, western hemlock, and Arbutus, under eight different lighting conditions using a commercially available spectrophotometer. The results indicate that it is possible to discern between these species and that the development of cost-effective wood color quality control systems is feasible. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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