A Toolkit Modeling Approach for Sustainable Forest Management Planning : Achieving Balance between Science and Local Needs

@inproceedings{Sturtevant2008ATM,
  title={A Toolkit Modeling Approach for Sustainable Forest Management Planning : Achieving Balance between Science and Local Needs},
  author={Brian R. Sturtevant and Andrew Fall and Daniel D. Kneeshaw and Neal P. P. Simon and Michael J. Papaik and Kati Berninger and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rik Doyon and Don G. Morgan and Christian Messier},
  year={2008}
}
To assist forest managers in balancing an increasing diversity of resource objectives, we developed a toolkit modeling approach for sustainable forest management (SFM). The approach inserts a meta-modeling strategy into a collaborative modeling framework grounded in adaptive management philosophy that facilitates participation among stakeholders, decision makers, and local domain experts in the meta-model building process. The modeling team works iteratively with each of these groups to define… CONTINUE READING
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