Lec_27_Forest Management_03_27_09

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If any resource can be shifted from one configuration to another, and it would bring greater satisfaction in the second, then it should be so shifted. Maxim of resource economics
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McEcoy, A.F. 1987. Toward an interactive theory of nature and culture: Ecology, production, and cognition in the California fishing industry. Environmental Review 11: 289-305.
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Elements of an Interactive Theory Features of Nature that influence Culture -Potential for providing wealth, goods, profits
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Elements of an Interactive Theory Features of Nature that influence Culture -Potential for providing wealth, goods, profits -Complexity, predictability
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Elements of an Interactive Theory Features of Nature that influence Culture -Potential for providing wealth, goods, profits -Complexity, predictability -Configuration (e.g., assigning property rights)
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Elements of an Interactive Theory Features of Nature that influence Culture -Potential for providing wealth, goods, profits -Complexity, predictability -Configuration (e.g., assigning property rights) - Beauty, symbolic value
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Features of Culture that influence Nature -Beliefs, superstitions, etc.
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-Beliefs, superstitions, etc. -Management system (e.g., corporate, progressive model)
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2009 for the course NTRES 2010 taught by Professor Fahey,tj during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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