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Participatory modeling and analysis for sustainable forest management: Overview of soft system dynamics models and applications

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  • Mendoza, Guillermo A.
  • Prabhu, Ravi

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  • Mendoza, Guillermo A. & Prabhu, Ravi, 2006. "Participatory modeling and analysis for sustainable forest management: Overview of soft system dynamics models and applications," Forest Policy and Economics, Elsevier, vol. 9(2), pages 179-196, November.
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