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Describing land use change in multidisciplinary analyses.Author(s): Jeffrey D. Kline
Source: Economics and Contemporary Land Use Policy: Development and Conservation at the Rural-Urban Fringe. 15 p
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionEconomists increasingly face opportunities to collaborate with ecologists and other scientists in multidisciplinary research involving landscape-level analyses of socioeconomic and ecological processes. A common goal of such analyses is to describe potential changes in ecoysytem processes and conditions resulting from forest policies and management actions addressing timber, wildlife, and wildfire objectives (e.g. Spies et al. 2002; Haynes et al. 2004).
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CitationKline, Jeffrey D. 2006. Describing land use change in multidisciplinary analyses. Economics and Contemporary Land Use Policy: Development and Conservation at the Rural-Urban Fringe. p. 98-118.
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