Dynamic reserve site selection under contagion risk of deforestation

@inproceedings{Sabbadin2007DynamicRS,
  title={Dynamic reserve site selection under contagion risk of deforestation},
  author={R{\'e}gis Sabbadin and Danny Spring and Charles-Elie Rabier},
  year={2007}
}
Recently, dynamic reserve site selection models based on stochastic dynamic programming (SDP) have been proposed. The models consider a random development pattern in which the probability that a site will be developed is independent of the development status of other sites. However, development often takes the form of a contagion process in which the sites most likely to be developed are near sites that already have been developed. To consider site selections in such cases, we propose improved… CONTINUE READING

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