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Baskent EZ and Jordan GA (2002) Forest landscape management modeling using simulated annealing. Forest Ecology and Management 165: 29-45.

Bettinger P, Graetz D, Boston K, Sessions J, and Chung W (2002) Eight heuristic planning techniques applied to three increasingly difficult wildlife planning problems. Silva Fennica 36: 561-584.

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Lockwood C and Moore T (1993) Harvest scheduling with spatial constraints: A simulated annealing approach. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: 468-478.

Metropolis N, Rosenbluth A, Rosenbluth M, Teller A, and Teller E (1953) Equation of state calculations by fast computing machines. Journal of Chemical Physics 21:1087-1101.

Ohman K and Eriksson LO (2002) Allowing for spatial consideration in long-term forest planning by linking linear programming with simulated annealing. Forest Ecology and Management 161: 221-230.

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