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"Multiple-use" is a term with great emotional appeal, but it is more a slogan than a management guide, and its meaning often varies according to the user. If one implies that every conceivable use of forest land should occur on every acre every year, multiple use is impossible, even nonsensical; if one means that some uses can be accommodated to some other uses on the same land at the same time, there exists more but still rather limited possibilities; but if one means that various uses can take place on closely intermingled tracts of land at the same time, or on the same land at different times, with the whole management area managed for multiple uses, then the possibilities widen greatly. There is great need to give "multiple-use" some operational content, and hopefully this paper is a modest step in that direction.

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