Contributors:Sharma Bijay P, Cho Seong-Hoon, Yu Tun-Hsiang
Data exhibits uniform distribution across landscape, simulated using R:
1. Net returns under current land use between 100 and 1000 $/hectare,
2. Net gain in carbon storage with afforestation between 5 and 45 ton/hectare,
3. Area under current land use between 50 and 500 hectares, and
4. Random term for overbid amount between 5 and 15 $/hectare.
This consists of data from from the Vital Signs project (vitalsigns.org) as well as geographic data extracted from various public datasets. Geographic data was extracted using the scripts "Extract_SPI.R" and "pg_connect.py" and all data was brought together and analyzed in "NTFP_use.r".
Attached you may find the LaTeX soure file of my manuscript. Unfortunately, there appears to be a technical problem in the evise system, so I could not upload it to the usual evise file repository.
Please use this file to edit the document.
This paper is accompanied by an Excel file which consolidated the supplementary material the article is referring to. The file contains the model for calculating the LEV per epoch and isolating the effect of parameters discussed within this paper. All input data such as technical productivity parameters, stand growth data and timber grading as well as major historical raw data such as timber prices and labor costs can be accessed as well.