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Analytical aids in land management planning

@inproceedings{Betters1978AnalyticalAI,
  title={Analytical aids in land management planning},
  author={David R. Betters},
  year={1978}
}
Quantitative techniques may be applied to aid in completing various phases of land management planning. Analytical procedures which have been used include a procedure for public involvement, PUBLIC; a matrix information generator, MAGE5; an allocation procedure, linear programming (LP); and an input-output economic analysis (EA). These techniques have proven useful in the development of lane management plans for a number of National Forests in the United States. INTRODUCTION The typical… 

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In preparing this paper, I received the able assistance of Lloyd J. Lundeen, Donald Renton, and Tim Sale of the Systems Application Unit for Land Management Planning
  • In preparing this paper, I received the able assistance of Lloyd J. Lundeen, Donald Renton, and Tim Sale of the Systems Application Unit for Land Management Planning