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Spatial Modelling of Forest Landscape Change Approaches and Applications

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Edited By: David J Mladenoff and William L Baker
352 pages, 19 col plates, 7 b/w illus, 107 figs, 24 tabs, 90 line illus
Spatial Modelling of Forest Landscape Change
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  • Spatial Modelling of Forest Landscape Change ISBN: 9780521631228 Hardback Aug 1999 Out of Print #94254
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Presents newly emerging approaches to computer simulation models of large, forest landscapes which will help answer important research and management questions.

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Out of Print
Edited By: David J Mladenoff and William L Baker
352 pages, 19 col plates, 7 b/w illus, 107 figs, 24 tabs, 90 line illus
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