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MAP - a mapping and analysis program for harvest planningAuthor(s): Robert N. Eli; Chris B. LeDoux; Penn A. Peters
Source: In: Peters, Penn A.; Luchok, John, eds. Mountain logging symposium proceedings; 1984 June 5-7; Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University. p.49-63
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe Northeastern Forest Experiment Station and the Department of Civil Engineering at West Virginia University are cooperating in the development of a Mapping and Analysis Program, to be named MAP. The goal of this computer software package is to significantly improve the planning and harvest efficiency of small to moderately sized harvest units located in mountainous terrain. The software package is to be implemented on the Experiment Station's Hewlett-Packard 9845 computer system.
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CitationEli, Robert N.; LeDoux, Chris B.; Peters, Penn A. 1984. MAP - a mapping and analysis program for harvest planning. In: Peters, Penn A.; Luchok, John, eds. Mountain logging symposium proceedings; 1984 June 5-7; Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University. p.49-63
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