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The concept of economic stability in relation to the biomass-annual economic yield function


Ciencia e Investigacion Forestal 9(2): 247-254
The concept of economic stability in relation to the biomass-annual economic yield function
Change in economic yield caused by disturbances to forest stand biomass is discussed, and the effect of management alternatives on the relation between biomass and annual economic yield is analysed.


Accession: 002980647



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