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Chapter 17: the search for compatibility: what have we learned?Author(s): Robert A. Monserud; Richard W. Haynes; Adelaide C. Johnson
Source: In: Compatible Forest Management: 483-517
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionForest management that seeks compatible production opportunities across several forest resources is the essence of compatible forest management. Most landowners and many land managers are keenly aware that their management actions produce a range of goods or services that contributes to both their personal prosperity and to societal well-being. It is this diversity of ownershipseach with different management objectivesthat has a positive influence on compatibility when considered at the landscape scale.
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CitationMonserud, Robert A.; Haynes, Richard W.; Johnson, Adelaide C. 2003. Chapter 17: the search for compatibility: what have we learned?. In: Compatible Forest Management: 483-517
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