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Interfacing an aggregate wood supply model with a geographic information system
By developing a general interface between forest planning models and geographic information systems, the forest planner is capable of spatially analyzing the results of wood supply analysis. The planner can change the ...
Indicators of forest sustainability for Ontario boreal forests : a first approximation
If humankind is to cope with the cumulative effects of its expanding populations on the earth’s ecosystems, a new relationship is required with natural systems. Serious adoption of the concepts of forest sustainability ...
Assessment of land cover changes and hydrologic response of Tamne River Basin
Northeastern Ghana, West Africa, is characterised by a high population growth rate and adverse climatic conditions, e.g., a long dry season followed by a short-duration but intense rainfall pattern. Land degradation in ...