Computer Assisted Techniques In Wildlife Resource Planning

A computer technique (IMGRID) is available that produoes quantitative interpretable maps for land management planning. Information from a variety of natural resource documents and field surveys is restructured into a computer compatible format. The computer is used to manipulate data and print the results and their geographical location on computer-generated maps. These maps are useful in a planning process that attempts to match resource management objectives with land capability. Computerassisted resouroe management techniques are flexible and allow the wildlife manager to make operational presC]:iption management decisions from quantified site specific data.

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