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Multi-objective Forest Planning

Series: Managing Forest Ecosystems Volume: 6
Edited By: Timo Pukkala
206 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Springer Nature
Multi-objective Forest Planning
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About this book

Considers the quantitative approach to multi-objective planning (for purposes other than timber production), and reviews the emerging methodologies.

Contents

Introduction to multi-objective forest planning, T. Pukkala; Measurement of preferences in multiple criteria evaluation, J.M. Altho, P. Korhonen, P. Leskinen; Multiple criteria decision support methods in forest management - An overview and comparative analyses, J. Kangas, A. Kangas; Multidimensional measurements and approaches to forest sustainability assessments, G.A. Mendoza, R. Prabhu; Using GIS to support multi-objective decision making in forest management - An experience from Ghana, West Africa, P.A. Kwaku Kyem; Heuristics in multi-objective forest management, J.G. Borges, H.M. Hoganson, A.O. Falcao; Spatial optimisation in forest planning; A review of recent Swedish research, K. Ohman; Measuring non-wood forest outputs in numerical forest planning; A review of Finnish research, T. Pukkala.

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Series: Managing Forest Ecosystems Volume: 6
Edited By: Timo Pukkala
206 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Springer Nature
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