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Optimizing the management of uneven-aged Pinus nigra stands between two stable positions
iForest : Biogeosciences and Forestry
This study proposes a discrete optimal control model to obtain harvest strategies that maximize the net present value (NPV) of the timber harvested from uneven-aged Pinus nigra stands located in the Spanish Iberian System, between two stable positions. The model was constructed using an objective function that integrates financial data on the harvesting operations with a matrix model describing the population dynamics. The initial and final states are given by the stable diameter distributiondoi:10.3832/ifor1298-008 fatcat:nhgd4m334jb7tj732ubj3u2m4i