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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 620000 - Plant Production and Plant Primary Products -> 620300 Forestry -> 620304 Harvesting and transport of forest products :

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Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendices G to L. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 509-544) Saarbrucken: VDM. 129 1100
Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendix N: Private performance of optimal timber utilisation policies for scenario 1. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 593-606) Saarbrucken: VDM. 59 31
Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendix O: Private performance of optimal timber utilisation policies for scenario 2. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 607-620) Saarbrucken: VDM. 49 21
Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendix P: Private performance of optimal timber utilisation policies for scenario 3. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 621-634) Saarbrucken: VDM. 55 21
Tyron J. Venn (2008). Appendix Q: Private performance of optimal timber utilisation policies for scenario 4. In Socio-economic Evaluation of Indigenous Enterprise Development: The Case of Wik Forestry, Cape York Peninsula, Australia (pp. 635-648) Saarbrucken: VDM. 47 18
McAllister, R. and Bulmer, M. (2000). Using genetic algorithms to solve open-loop difference games of illegal logging. In: E. Kozan and R. Beard, Proceedings of the 3rd Operations Research Conference. ASOR 3rd Operations Research Conference, Mariott Hotel, Brisbane, (82-97). 2 June 2000. 47  
Peters, Brenton Charles (2004). Xylophagous Insects: developments in feeding assays PhD Thesis, Queensland. School of Integrative Biology, The University of Queensland. 972 21