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Models to Implement a Sustainable Forest Management - An Overview of the ModisPinaster Model

By Teresa Fonseca, Bernard Parresol, Carlos Marques and François de Coligny

Submitted: March 11th 2011Reviewed: August 31st 2011Published: May 23rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/29808

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Teresa Fonseca, Bernard Parresol, Carlos Marques and François de Coligny (May 23rd 2012). Models to Implement a Sustainable Forest Management - An Overview of the ModisPinaster Model, Sustainable Forest Management Jorge Martin Garcia and Julio Javier Diez Casero, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/29808. Available from:

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