Goal Programing in Land-Use Planning
The land-use planning process on the Mount Hood National Forest involves nine steps designed to identify needs, determine the complex interaction of effects from fulfilling these needs, and providing a means by which decisionmakers can see the tradeoffs required to achieve the various levels of need satisfaction. Goal programming, a variation of linear programming, has been experimentally used to assist in this process.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Leader, Land-use Planning Team of the Mount Hood National Forest, USDA Forest Service, Gresham, Oregon
Publication date: 1977-06-01
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