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Simulation of Recreational Use for Park and Wilderness Management

By: Mordechai Shechter and Robert C Lucas
220 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Simulation of Recreational Use for Park and Wilderness Management
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  • Simulation of Recreational Use for Park and Wilderness Management ISBN: 9781617260384 Hardback Jan 2011 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This title was originally published in 1979.

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By: Mordechai Shechter and Robert C Lucas
220 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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On the whole, this book provides a very good explanation of the [Wilderness Use Simulation Model (WUSM)]. Its value is that it describes in detail the application of an advanced analytical technique, simulation modeling, to a significant problem in resources management, and this type of approach may be new to professionals in resources management. Perhaps [it] will also serve to indicate to such professionals that various analytical techniques could have potential applicability in the resolution of similar, or different, management problems.
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