This volume comprises eighteen papers dealing with the theory and application of modern decision-making and management planning of multiple use of forestry and other natural resources in the landscape. Generally, an economic approach is used as implemented by operations research methods, but broader contexts are applied too, e.g. ecosystem management, discounting, preference analysis and policy formulation.
The volume is aimed at researchers, students and practitioners in management of forestry and other natural resources.
Foreword. Preface; F. Helles, et al. I. Survey. II. Multi-Criteria Decision-Making: Theory and Methods. III. Stakeholder Involvement. IV. Diversity Objectives and Option Value. V. Spatial Objectives. VI. Cost Efficiency. List of Authors.
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