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User access to the radiata pine agroforestry modelling system

User access to the radiata pine agroforestry modelling system

FRI Bulletin (139): 200-202

Six planned steps for providing access to the radiata pine agroforestry model (AGRO, described in an earlier paper from this conference by Cox, O. et al.) are explained, with an estimate of when they will become available. Possible access costs are indicated.

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