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Linking Land-Use Projections and Forest Fragmentation Analysis
An econometric model of private land-use decisions

Our Price: $20.00
By Andrew J. Plantinga (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 41
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428987711

An econometric model of private land-use decisions is used to project land use to 2030 for each county in the continental U.S. On a nat. scale, forest area is projected to increase overall between 0.1 & 0.2% per year between now & 2030. However, forest area is projected to decrease in a majority of regions, including the key forestry regions of the South & the Pacific Northwest Westside. Urban area is projected to increase by 68 million acres, & cropland, pasture, rangeland, & Conservation Reserve Program land is projected to decline in area. Regional econometric models are needed to better represent region-specific economic relationships. County-level models of forest fragmentation indices are estimated for the Western U.S. Illus.

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