1. General Model Information
Name: Stanley spatial harvest scheduler
Main medium: terrestrial
Main subject: forestry
Organization level: Landscape
Type of model:
Main application: management
Keywords: heuristic, management planning, forest planning, spatial harvest scheduling
332 Brunswick Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada E3B 1H1
Phone: 1 506 450-1511
Fax: 1 506 459-7290
Stanley is harvest block scheduling software that goes beyond long-term forest management planning to on-the-ground, blocked harvest schedules.
Stanley automates the process of developing a spatial harvest plan. It's easy to use, works with harvest units developed by any means and with geographic information obtainable from most common GIS packages. Stanley includes an integrated set of tools for generating stand (polygon) description lists, identifying adjacent stands, finding the best solution, and previewing and editing solutions.
Stanley accounts for any regulation or constraint that may have to be addressed. It deals easily with greenup (adjacency) delays, limitations on opening size (clear cuts), visual quality initiatives and other Sustainable Forestry Implementation Guidelines.
II. Technical Information
Operating System(s): Windows 95/98/NT
Programming Language(s): Delphi/Pascal
III. Mathematical Information
A forest planning system for solving spatial harvest scheduling problems. Walters, K, U. Feunekes, A. Cogswell, and E. Cox. CORS National Conference. Windsor, Ontario, Canada. June 7-9, 1999.
A Hierarchical Approach to Spatial Forest Planning Feunekes, U. and A. Cogswell. 1997. In: Proc. International Symposium on System Analysis and Management Decisions in Forestry. Traverse City, Michigan. May 28-June 1, 1997.
Design and development of a tactical harvest blocking/scheduling tool - Stanley. Remsoft Inc. 1996. Final Report: Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre. March, 1996.
V. Further information in the World-Wide-Web
VI. Additional remarks
Last review of this document by: Andrew Cogswell Mon Dec 13 18:59:11 1999
Status of the document: Contributed by Andrew Cogswell
last modified by
Tobias Gabele Wed Aug 21 21:44:50 CEST 2002