• Geography
  • Published 2005

Simple spatially-based model to prevent forest land use conflicts

@inproceedings{Utomo2005SimpleSM,
  title={Simple spatially-based model to prevent forest land use conflicts},
  author={Satrio Tjaroko Utomo and Graeme L. Wright and Robert J. Corner},
  year={2005}
}
A simple spatially-based model is proposed that is designed to evaluate the biophysical and socioeconomic aspects of the environment in order to determine an equilibrium condition between supply and demand of basic needs, such as defined by developments which meet the needs of the present generation, without compromising the options to meet the needs for future generations. The model is designed to generate a development plan for existing forest land use, particularly for buffer forest land… CONTINUE READING

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