Simulation techniques in forest operational planning and control. Proceedings, Workshop/Symposium of IUFRO Working Party S3.04.01, Oct 3-6, 1978, Wageningen, Netherlands

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In addition to workshops on particular computer simulation programs, the invited and voluntary papers included:Dykstra, D. P. Fitting distributions to empirical data for computer simulation experiments. [12 ref.]Webster, D. B.; Goulet, D. V. Modularity - a concept in simulation methodology. [37 ref.]Schreuder, G. F. The use of simulation models by decision makers in the area of wildland recreation planning and management. [3 ref.]Hoesteland, J. E.; Lonnestedt, L. System dynamics: a tool for forest policy analysis [12 ref.]; and Forestry as a rural employer.Seppala, H.; Kuuluvainen, J.; Seppala, R. A simulation model for the Finnish forest sector.Keipi, K. Simulation and other methods for wood procurement in a decentralized forest products firm. [8 ref.]Dowdle, B. Evolution of forest planning models [abstract only].Walker, J. L. Land use planning applications of the economic harvest optimization (ECHO) model. [9 ref.]Keane, J. T.; Thames, J. M. Linear and nonlinear properties of forest simulation and optimization models. [16 ref.]Korsgaard, S. A simulation model for forest sector development in Peninsular Malaysia. [8 ref.]Goulet, D. V.; Sirois, D. L.; Iff, R. H.; Stutts, C. A.; Bailey, M. P. Harvesting simulation models - an evaluation and review for use in the southern United States. [36 ref.]Bradley, D. P.; Winsauer, S. A. Estimating forest economic potentials by combining harvest simulation and forest inventory. [6 ref.]Roussel, J. W. van Simulating operational conditions with TIMBER-PAK. [1 ref.]Field, D. B. SORTIM: a model for the simulation of regional timber markets. [6 ref.]Klemperer, W. D. A simulation approach to segregating land values from sales of forested properties. [5 ref.]Gemmer, T. V. North Carolina State Forest Fire Management Game. [1 ref.]Gelder, R. J. van FIREMANS - a fire management system simulation model for operational fire planning support. [3 ref.]Simard, A. J. Using simulation to determine air tanker productivity and effectiveness. [5 ref.]Richards, D. B.; Hallock, H. Y.; Bulgrin, E. H. Optimum value yield from hardwood logs by simulated sawing. [12 ref.]Burnell, D. G.; Mahoney, R. Resistance to attack by bark beetles: a comparison. [12 ref.]Kung, F. H. Simulating indirect selection for tree improvement programs. [4 ref.]Pierce, W. R. A tree growth simulator without formula. [4 ref.]Liu, C. J. A comparison of forest inventory systems through computer simulation. [10 ref.]Makovnik, S. Methods of mathematical programming in projecting forest roads.


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Simulation techniques in forest operational planning and control. Proceedings, Workshop/Symposium of IUFRO Working Party S3.04.01, Oct 3-6, 1978, Wageningen, Netherlands.


Department of Forestry Technique and Forest Products, Agricultural University.





computer techniques, fire control, forest inventories, FOREST MANAGEMENT, forest policy, forest products, forest recreation, forests, inventories, land use, logging, marketing, planning, research, resistance, roads, sawmilling, selection criteria, silviculture, simulation, systems analysis, tree breeding, bark beetles, computer applications, forest surveys, highways, sawing, studies, timber extraction, timber harvesting, Forests and Forest Trees (Biology and Ecology) (KK100), Information and Documentation (CC300), Forest Mensuration and Management (KK120) (Discontinued March 2000), Land Resources (PP300), Logging and Wood Processing (KK515), Forest Products and Industries (General) (KK500), Silviculture and Forest Management (KK110), Forest Fires (KK130)

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