Decision Methods for Forest Resource Management is a textbook in forest resource management for senior undergraduates, first year graduate students, and professionals in forestry, natural resource management, as well as for other fields of environmental science. The essential modern decision methods used in the scientific management of forests are reviewed. Balanced treatment of ecological and economic impacts of alternative management decisions provide input for both even-aged and uneven-aged forests. The relevant decision methods are simply presented using algebra and spreadsheet models along with a wide variety of examples. Key Features: Simple, concise, and rigorous treatment of modern methods In-depth coverage of both ecological and economic issues Hands-on examples with computer spreadsheets Many related exercises with solutions Suitable for either classroom use or for personal study Related Titles: Buongiorno, et al. - Global Forest Products Model (2003, ISBN 0-12- ) Johnson & Miyanishi, eds. - Forest Fires (2001, ISBN 0-12-386660-X) Odum & Odum - Modeling for all Scales (2000, ISBN 0-12-524170-4) Waring & Running - Forest Ecosystems, 2nd ed. (1998, ISBN 0-12-735443-3)Buongiorno, Joseph is the author of 'Decision Methods for Forest Resource Managers', published 2003 under ISBN 9780121413606 and ISBN 0121413608.