Forest Regulation and the Alternative Rate--A Case Illustration
The effect of a change of the alternative interest rate upon the optimum combination of silvicultural treatment schedules in the regulation of a forest enterprise is demonstrated. The effect is cast in the context of total firm planning rather than to a single tree or to a single stand, and is illustrated by changes in volume production, stand treatment, and rotation length.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: State Extension Specialist, Forest Management, and Assistant Professor, Forestry, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown
Publication date: 1969-12-01
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