Proceedings of the
3rd Iberian American Symposium on
Forest Management and Economics and
11th Symposium on System
Analysis in Forest Resources
Ubatuba, Setembro de 2005
Luiz Carlos Estraviz Rodriguez, coord.
This 35th issue of “Serie Tecnica” publishes 10 invited and 48 volunteer papers presented at the joint session of the 3rd SIAGEF and the 11th SSAFR held in September 18-21 at the Recanto das Toninhas Hotel in Ubatuba, Brazil.
Authors have been requested to provide the translation to English of their own original texts in an effort to make this publication more accessible to forest professionals worldwide. As a result, several imperfections do exist and we apologize for the absence of a professional final revision. Resources could not be made available for this. But we certainly appreciate the effort of all participants on providing the best translation they could possibly offer.
More than 120 participants gathered to share their expertise in many different fields: Forest Economics (modeling, marketing, supply and demand); Forest Management (spatial, landscape, hierarchical analysis); Land Use Planning and Collaborative Management; Wildlife and Biodiversity applications; Fuels, Fire and Biomass decision-making; Transportation Problems; Forest Inventory; Strategic, Tactical and Operational Planning; Heuristics; Harvest Scheduling; Stand Modeling and Optimization; Decision Support Systems; Climate and Carbon Modeling; Forest Information Technology; Knowledge Management; Modeling and Integration of Forest Databases; and GIS Databases.
Surrounded by the wonderful Brazilian Atlantic Forest, and a few steps from Toninhas Beach in Ubatuba, Brazil, forest professionals and researchers also enjoyed the opportunity to attend training sessions offered by forest management systems developers and to discuss specific interests.
People and environmental resources are the most important assets any society can count on when structuring its own development. Forest managers, economists and biometrists are key professionals in this process. We have been proud and honored to host several representatives from eleven different countries interested on sharing their views and analysis on this very important subject that can contribute to the rational use of one of the most important environmental assets: our forests.
Luiz C. E. Rodriguez (Coord.)
Trabalhos Convidados (Invited Papers)
23. Situación foresto-Industrial de Argentina al 2005 (Ejemplo de una cadena forestal)
Sanchez-Acosta, M.; Vera, L.
45. Forest Management in the Brazilian Amazon: Risks and Opportunities
46. Regional Forest Planning in the Iberian Peninsula: two case studies in Portugal and in Spain
Borges, J. G.; Marey, M.
47. The use of Markov optimization models in the economic and ecological management of forested landscapes under risk
Buongiorno, J.; Zhou, M.
58. Research to Improve the Performance of the Primary Supply Chain
Boston, K.; Hamann, J.D.
66. Economic valuation of Intensively Managed pine plantations in Chile
Real-Hermosilla, P.; Higuera-Catalán, C.
67. Forest management and multiple criteria decision making: an overviewed and assessment
Diaz-Balteiro, L.; Romero, C.
68. Silvia: a flexible system for integrated forest management
Vallejo, A.; Kanninen, M.; Montero, M.; Viquez, E.
74. Industrial clusters of forest agribusiness in the south area of Brazil
Castro, A.W.V.; Medrado, M.J.S.
74. Forecasting of Eucalyptus wood prices for cellulose and sawmill using radial basis function neural network and clustering method
Protil, R.M.; Coelho, L.S., Silva, W.V.
75. A methodology for the evaluation of the Production Cost of Pinus sp. implanted with tax incentives, in Itapeva - SP and Três Lagoas-MS.
Moster, C.; Cunha, M.C.S.; Zonete, M.F.; Zanoni, L.P.
76. Strategic and Tactical Forest Planning with Linear Programming Model Type I formulations
Silva, L.M.; Nobre, S.R.; Rodriguez, L.C.E.
76. The value of optimization in forest operations planning: two case studies in Canada
77. The use of simulation model FORRUS-S in the ecological management of forested: strategic and tactics planning
Palenova, M.; Korotkov, V.; Chumachenko, S.
77. Structure and conduct of the market for timber products in the state of Acre
78. Recent evolution of forestry certification in Brazil
Casarim, F.M.; Miranda, S.H.G.
78. The Amazon Timber Sector: Market and Challenges
Pereira, D.; Celentano, D.; Pereira, R.; Lentini, M.
79. Multi-temporal, high-resolution analysis of forests in southeastern Georgia, USA, based on three decades of Landsat satellite imagery and ground-measured inventory data.
Lowe, R.C.; Cieszewski, C.J.
80. Spatially explicit long-term sustainability analysis in Georgia, USA
Cieszewski, C.; Zasada, M.; Lowe, R.
80. Constraints and opportunities for improving the forest practices in communal lands of northern Spain
Fernández-Alonso. S. ; Marey-Pérez, M.F., Rodríguez-Vicente, V.
80. Descriptive analysis of Brazilian wood exports during 2003 and 2004.
Moreira, J.M.M.A.P.; Faria, L.C.; Rodriguez, L.C.E.
81. Financial analysis of forestry sector contractors
Morais-Filho, A.D. Seixas, F.
82. Evaluation of water risks in forest enterprise
82. Silvicultural treatments and financial risk for Pinus taeda within two forestry regions in Uruguay
Bussoni, A.; Cabris, J.
83. The development and research stage of a forest evaluation performance system - The Monitor
Amaral, T.M.; Nobre, S.R.; Rodriguez, L.C.E.; Banhara, J.R.
84. Deforstation in Amazon River basin area: An econometric study
Sartori, R.S.; Bacha, C.J.C.
84. Economic use of biosolid in the forest production
85. The Carbon Projects in Brazil
Bartholomeu, D.B.; Santos, L.R.P., Oliveira, A.M.K.
85. Estimated cost of reforestation in permanent preservation area in the west of São Paulo state
Ferreira, A.S.; Moraes, M.T.;Tarsitano, M.A.A.
86. The use of geoprocessing to assist it of the recovery and conservation of vegetation riverbank
Prado, G.S.; Sousa, V.L., Macedo, M.A.
87. Assessing landscape perceptions and preferences to improve CVM scenarios for landscape changes. A case study for Serra do Açor, Portugal
Páscoa, F.; Pinto, L.
87. Forest Engineer, Desing and Architecture
Zanetti, E.; Cook, N.
88. Economic analysis of stand establishment for Scots pine
Hyytiäinen, K.; Ilomäki, S., Mäkelä, A.; Kinnunen, K.
88. Process of Innovation in the public institutes of research and mixed institutes of research, in forest agribusiness of the south area of Brazil: A comparative analysis
Castro, A.W.V.; Tourinho, M.M.
89. Advances in the development of an individual tree simulator model for Pinus radiata D.DON in Chile.
Higuera-Catalán., C.; Real-Hermosilla, P.
89. Application of MRP concepts to the definition of annual operational forest plans
Nobre, S.R., Rodriguez, L.C.E.
90. Solving Spatial Forest Planning Challenges - Integrating Linear Programming and Heuristics
90. A study of adequateness of the economic and financial
Chaves-Neto, A.; Luchesa, C.J.
91. Is the forest certification an option or a barrier for small-scale forestry?
Rodriguez-Vicente, V.; Marey-Pérez M.F.
92. The Forestry-wood industrial chain in Uruguay
Bussoni, A.; Izuibejeres, L.; Cabris, J.
92. Análise sócio-econômica do manejo florestal comunitário de terra-firme no baixo Amazonas: Comunidade ACAF – Boa Vista do Ramos/AM
Koury, C.G.G.; Viana, V.M.; Sampaio, P.T.; Waldhoff, P.
93. Sistemas de gestão florestal utilizando soluções Datasul e Brisa para planejamento e controle da produção florestal
Malinovski, R.A.; Malinovski,R.A.; Ruthes, R.; Ferreira,J.H.; Ferreira, M.S.
93. Harvesting and transportation planning: a Genetic Algorithm approach
Souza, D.O.; Arce, J.E.
94. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) in the management of the forest production – The relation between the solution of abilities for the efficient operation of the technological solution
95. Forest Management Information System
Wildauer, E.; Lingnau, C.; Higa, A.
95. A strategic information system as a tool for forest management for Brazil
Fontes, P.J.P.; Dantas, S.A.; Gama, M.G.R.; Pucci, M.A.L.
96. Consideration on the pulp and paper from 1990 to 2004
Silva, A.P.M. ; Simões, R.C.F.
97. How government preferences and interest group interaction can affect policy choice in the Brazilian forestry sector
97. Assessment of the vegetation structure influence on bird communities’ occurrence in Iberian agro-forestry systems
Quinta-Nova, L.C.B.; Fernandes, J.P.
98. Wood potential use of Acacia melanoxylon growing in pure or mixed stands with Pinus pinaster by the portuguese forest industry
Santos, A.; Teixeira, A.; Anjos, O.; Simões, R.; Nunes, L.; Machado, J., Tavares, M.
99. Modelling forest growth - the portuguese case study
Amaro A., Tomé, M.
99. Growth model for Ipê Felpudo (Zeyhera tuberculosa (Vell.) Bur.) at the age of 6 years
Souza, C.C.; Couto, H.T.Z.
99. Mixed-effects model applied to forestry modeling
Calegario, N.; Daniels, R.F.
100. Factors of the Adoption of Technology of Production of Wood in Forest Agribusiness of the South Area of Brazil
Castro, A.W.V.; Pedrozo, E.A.
100. Addition of pluviometric precipitation on the growth and yeld modeling of unthinned Pinus taeda L. stands
Temps, M.; Arce, J.E.
101. Smoothing basic density of supply wood flow at a forest pulp and paper industry through a harvest stand scheduling MILP model and a heuristic approach
Arce, J.E.; Kanegae Jr., H.; Silva, A.C.L.; Heidgger Jr., J.; Souza, D.R.