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Estimating the costs of overlapping tenure constraints: a case study in Northern Alberta, Canada

Estimating the costs of overlapping tenure constraints: a case study in Northern Alberta, Canada

Forest Policy and Economics 8(6): 610-624

The main objectives of this study were to: (i) incorporate the types of constraints implied by overlapping tenures into a timber supply model; and (ii) estimate the costs associated with various constraints implied by overlapping tenures in Alberta, Canada. This was achieved through a linear programming formulation of the timber supply problem over a 100-year planning horizon, which resulted in more than 5 million decision variables and approximately 118,000 constraints.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.forpol.2004.11.003

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