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Socioecological landscape planning approach and multicriteria acceptability analysis in multiple-purpose forest management

Socioecological landscape planning approach and multicriteria acceptability analysis in multiple-purpose forest management

Forest Policy and Economics 7(4): 603-614

In the socioecological landscape planning of natural resource management, sociocultural and ecological decision criteria are integrated with "traditional" economic considerations in an analytical, systematic and systemic way.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.forpol.2003.12.001

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