A great deal of attention in the literatures has been given for synthesis timber harvest activities regarding to economic efficiently and received more critically to date (Lüthy, 1998; Lubello 2008; Kühmaier and Stampfer, 2010), while environmental perspectives of these activities may impose negative side-effects that revoke the economic advantages. Admittedly, changing in configu...
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... the literature reviews, little evidence exists of decision making optimization techniques in use at the mountain timber harvest planning for siting log-landing locations and harvesting systems allocation in particular, when problem striving towards multiple objectives simultaneously. The purpose of this research is presented a combinatorial quantitative approach based on a multi criteria decision making in conjunction with fuzzy spatial analysis called as (SFMCDM) to evaluate the potential of landscape for harvest activities in context of harvest feasibility zones (HFZ). Also the paper will be proceeding to literature reviews of studies carried that out in this area and allocating harvesting systems (HAS) and siting suitable zones for landing-locations (SLZ) based on breakthrough analyzing of terrain, stand and environmental conditions in mountain forested areas.
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