Jose G Borges
Jose G Borges
Forest Research Centre, School of Agriculture, University of Lisbon
Dirección de correo verificada de isa.ulisboa.pt
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Año
Using dynamic programming and overlapping subproblems to address adjacency in large harvest scheduling problems
HM Hoganson, JG Borges
Forest science 44 (4), 526-538, 1998
1101998
Characterization of wildfires in Portugal
S Marques, JG Borges, J Garcia-Gonzalo, F Moreira, JMB Carreiras, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 130 (5), 775-784, 2011
1022011
A new mixed-integer programming model for harvest scheduling subject to maximum area restrictions
M Constantino, I Martins, JG Borges
Operations Research 56 (3), 542-551, 2008
1022008
Combining random and systematic search heuristic procedures for solving spatially constrained forest management scheduling models
AO Falcão, J Borges
Forest science 48 (3), 608-621, 2002
1002002
Are forest disturbances amplifying or canceling out climate change-induced productivity changes in European forests?
CPO Reyer, S Bathgate, K Blennow, JG Borges, H Bugmann, S Delzon, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (3), 034027, 2017
902017
Decision support systems in forest management
KM Reynolds, M Twery, MJ Lexer, H Vacik, D Ray, G Shao, JG Borges
Handbook on decision support systems 2, 499-533, 2008
892008
Addressing collaborative planning methods and tools in forest management
H Martins, JG Borges
Forest ecology and management 248 (1-2), 107-118, 2007
842007
How sensitive are ecosystem services in European forest landscapes to silvicultural treatment?
P Biber, JG Borges, R Moshammer, S Barreiro, B Botequim, ...
Forests 6 (5), 1666-1695, 2015
822015
Designing an evolution program for solving integer forest management scheduling models: an application in Portugal
AO Falcão, JG Borges
Forest science 47 (2), 158-168, 2001
822001
Combining a decomposition strategy with dynamic programming to solve spatially constrained forest management scheduling problems
JG Borges, HM Hoganson, DW Rose
Forest science 45 (2), 201-212, 1999
691999
Heuristics in multi-objective forest management
JG Borges, HM Hoganson, AO Falcão
Multi-objective forest planning, 119-151, 2002
652002
A column generation approach for solving a non-temporal forest harvest model with spatial structure constraints
I Martins, M Constantino, JG Borges
European Journal of Operational Research 161 (2), 478-498, 2005
612005
Computer-based tools for supporting forest management
JG Borges, EM Nordström, J Garcia Gonzalo, T Hujala, A Trasobares
602014
Addressing multicriteria forest management with Pareto frontier methods: an application in Portugal
JG Borges, J Garcia-Gonzalo, V Bushenkov, ME McDill, S Marques, ...
Forest Science 60 (1), 63-72, 2014
582014
Assessing uncertainly and risk in forest planning and decision support systems: review of classical methods and introduction of innovative approaches
MP Tato, A Mäkinen, JG Gonzalo, JG Borges, T Lämas, LO Eriksson
Forest Systems 22 (2), 282-303, 2013
582013
Designing decision support tools for Mediterranean forest ecosystems management: a case study in Portugal
AO Falcão, JG Borges
Annals of Forest Science 62 (7), 751-760, 2005
572005
Structuring a landscape by forestland classification and harvest scheduling spatial constraints
JG Borgesa, HM Hoganson
Forest ecology and management 130 (1-3), 269-275, 2000
562000
Assessing the impact of management unit design and adjacency constraints on forestwide spatial conditions and timber revenues
JG Borges, HM Hoganson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (11), 1764-1774, 1999
521999
Assessing forest management strategies using a contingent valuation approach and advanced visualisation techniques: A Portuguese case study
L Madureira, LC Nunes, JG Borges, AO Falcão
Journal of Forest Economics 17 (4), 399-414, 2011
512011
A framework for modeling adaptive forest management and decision making under climate change
R Yousefpour, C Temperli, JB Jacobsen, BJ Thorsen, H Meilby, MJ Lexer, ...
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
492017
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20