Optimisation of forest road investments and the roundwood supply chain
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- Stergios Tampekis & Fani Samara & Stavros Sakellariou & Athanasios Sfougaris & Olga Christopoulou, 2015. "The forest roads? Environmental Suitability based on the Multi Criteria Evaluation (MCE) Method and the contribution to the sustainable development," Proceedings of International Academic Conferences 2604211, International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.
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