Helles, F., Holten-Andersen, P. & Wichmann, L. [eds.] (1999): Multiple Use of Forests and Other Natural Resources. Aspects of Theory and Application. Forestry Sciences 61, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht

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Helles, F., Holten-Andersen, P. & Wichmann, L. [eds.] (1999): Multiple Use of Forests and Other Natural Resources. Aspects of Theory and Application. Forestry Sciences 61, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht
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Helles et al. (1999)
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Helles, Finn
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Multiple Use of Forests and Other Natural Resources
Aspects of Theory and Application
Finn Helles, Per Holten-Andersen, Lars Wichmann (editors)

This volume comprises eighteen papers, dealing with theory and application of modern decision-making and management planning of multiple use of forests 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.

forest management
sustainability
methodology: analysis, statistics
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Multiple Use of Forests and Other Natural Resources
Aspects of Theory and Application
Finn Helles, Per Holten-Andersen, Lars Wichmann (editors)

Tartalom:
Foreword
Preface (Helles, F., Holten-Andersen, P. and Wichmann, L.)
Chapter I Survey
Berck, P.: Why are the uses multiple?
Qi, Y. and Gilles, J. K.: Modelling ecosystem processes and patterns for multiple-use management
Boon, T. E. and Helles, F.: Descriptive indicators of sustainable forest management
Price, C.: Discounting in the context of multiple objectives
Price, C.: Stated and revealed preference analysis: Cost-benefit analysis, democracy and multiple-objective decision-making
Chapter II Multi-Criteria Decision-Making: Theory and Methods
Bogetoft, P.: Choosing between models of choice: On the selection of MCDM planning modes
Korhonen, P.: Multiple objective linear programming in supporting forest management
Kangas, J.: The analytic hierarchy process (AHP): Standard version, forestry application and advances
Chapter III Stakeholder Involvement
Agrell, P.: Multiple objective optimisation in agro-ecological land use planning
Brukas, V., Hjortso, N., Tarp, P. and Boon, T. E.: Public participation in forest management planning supported by multi-criteria decision-making techniques
Chapter IV. Diversity Objectives and Option Value
Lin, C-R. and Buongiorno, J.: Managing forests for tree and landscape diversity Part I: Predictions with Markov-chain models
Lin, C-R. and Buongiorno, J.: Managing forests for tree and landscape diversity Part II: Optimisation with Markov decision process model
Abildtrup, J. and Strange, N.: Groundwater protection and forest management - an option value analysis
Chapter V Spatial Objectives
Kurtilla, M.: How to integrate spatial objectives into private forest planning in Finland
Jensen, J. J.: A spatial optimisation model for wetlands restoration planning integrating GIS and linear programming
Strange, N. and Meilby, H.: A cellular automaton approach to optimising the choice of tree species
Chapter VI Cost Efficiency
Asmild, M., Hougaard, J. L. and Kronborg, D.: A method for comparison of efficiency scores: A case study of Danish dairy farms
Tarp, P., Helles, F. and Zajac, S.: Biological insecticides contra insect growth regulators in Polish forestry - a financial cost-benefit analysis
List of Authors

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Publisher: 
Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht
Journal: 
Forestry Science (sorozat)
Location: 
ER ArchĂ­vum (1999/P-004)
Type: 
scientific book, textbook