How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

Details and Assumptions:

A "wood" is a tree.

The wood chuck alternates in choosing whether or not he would like to chuck a tree. For example, if he chucks tree 1, he will not chuck tree 2, and he will chuck tree 3, and so on.

If a woodchuck decides to chuck a tree, then he will chuck the

**entire**tree.Each tree has a volume of

**10,000**cubic feet.The entire forest has exactly

**1,000**trees.The woodchuck does not stop until he decides what to do with

**every single tree**in the forest.

What is the total volume of wood, in **cubic yards**, the woodchuck has chucked at the end of his serial wood-chucking spree? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

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