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Botkin, Daniel B.
Over the past two decades, the author has developed and refined an extremely useful simulation model of forest growth. The JABOWA model was the first successful application of digital computer simulation to a complex natural ecosystem. Effects of global warming, acid rain, and commercial forest harvesting practices have been analysed with this model. Offering a fresh perspective on ecological phenomena, Forest Dynamics provides all the information necessary to understand and use the model. Written for students and professionals in forestry and ecology and the ecological issues that confront society in the management of forests. It also explains the theoretical foundations of the model.Botkin, Daniel B. is the author of 'Forest Dynamics An Ecological Model' with ISBN 9780195065558 and ISBN 0195065557.
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