Combining holding-level economic goals with spatial landscape-level goals in the planning of multiple ownership forestry

@article{Kurttila2004CombiningHE,
  title={Combining holding-level economic goals with spatial landscape-level goals in the planning of multiple ownership forestry},
  author={Mikko Kurttila and T. Pukkala},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={529-541}
}
In Finland, management of biological diversity at the landscape level is complicated by the relatively small size of the holdings. To alleviate this problem, this study presents a hierarchical planning model that aims at combining spatial landscape-level ecological goals with holding-level owner-specific goals. The influence of ecological objectives extends across holding borders, but their impact is greatest in areas where they are least in conflict with the owners’ goals. This feature, which… CONTINUE READING
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