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The suitability of AME (the Agroforestry Modelling Environment) for agroforestry modelling



The suitability of AME (the Agroforestry Modelling Environment) for agroforestry modelling



Agroforestry Forum 8(2): 7-9



AME is a software package that is currently being developed within the UK DFID-funded Agroforestry Modelling Project. Its aim is to improve the process of developing models of agroforestry systems, by making it easier to design, implement and modify models.

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