stumpage

[stuhm-pij]
noun
1.
standing timber with reference to its value.
2.
the value of such timber.

Origin:
1815–25; stump + -age

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stumpage (ˈstʌmpɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  (US), (Canadian) standing timber or its value
2.  (US), (Canadian) the right to fell timber on another person's land
3.  (Canadian) a tax or royalty payable on each tree felled, esp on crown land

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If stumpage prices are increasing, then timber is becoming relatively more scarce.
Conversely, falling stumpage prices indicate that timber is becoming more abundant relative to demands for its use.
Regional differences in stumpage prices are evident in this report.
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