Definition: Roundwood (wood in the rough)
All roundwood harvested and removed. It comprises all wood removed from forests and from trees outside the forest, including wood recovered from natural, felling and logging losses. It includes all wood removed with or without bark, including wood removed in its round form, or split, roughly squared or in other form (for example, branches, roots, stumps and burls). It is an aggregate comprising fuelwood, including wood for charcoal and industrial roundwood (wood in the rough).
European Commission (Eurostat), "Forestry in the EU and the world - A statistical portrait", Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg , 2011