Published on August 12, 1991
The abundance and distribution of natural populations can be strongly influences by the types and arrangements of habitat patches within a landscape.
Accounting for ecosystem services in compensating for the costs of effective conservation in protected areas
Published on October 3, 2017
Protected areas are a major approach for conserving ecosystem services globally. Effective conservation in protected areas must integrate human livelihoods into the design and management of conservation.
Ecological and economic effects of forest landscape structure and rotation length: simulation studies using ECOLECON
Published on September 18, 1993
ECOLECON is a spatially-explicit, object-oriented computer simulation model that simulates animal population dynamics and economic yield from timber harvests based on forest landscape structure and timber management schemes.
Published on September 28, 1994
This paper attempts to review and compare two major types of individual-based forest models: growth-yield and gap models.
Published on March 11, 2021
Shivan Gc, Ph.D. Candidate, is interested is the economics and decision making processes of natural resource management using economic models and social theories.
Published on June 17, 2020
Forest owners have a new tool to identify and address threats to their own forest’s long-term health.