A Method for Approximating Forest Multiple-Use Optima
Abstract:Proposed is a method for considering forest multiple use alternatives within the framework of the joint output models of traditional economic theory. The model presented by Gregory (Forest Science 1:6-13, 1955) is modified to accept empirical data, and quantitative trails are analyzed in a two product case. A four product matrix is considered for reviewing more complex multiple relationships.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Formerly Research Assistant, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Publication date: 1964-06-01
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