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Record number 514563
Title Recreatiemodel AVANAR 2.0 nader beschreven en toegelicht : achtergronddocumentatie voor Status A
Author(s) Vries, S. de; Staritsky, I.
Source Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 80) - 44
Department(s) Alterra - Nature and society
WASS
Alterra - Spatial knowledge systems
WOT Natuur & Milieu
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) recreatie - openluchtrecreatie - modellen - natuur - aanbodsevenwicht - recreation - outdoor recreation - models - nature - supply balance
Categories Leisure, Recreation, Tourism (General)
Abstract This report contains supplementary technical documentation on the recreation model AVANAR, version 2.0.AVANAR is an abbreviation of the Dutch study on ‘Reconciling supply of & demand for nature as recreationalspace’. This report was set out to gain the A-status with respect to modelling. A short description is given inthis report together with more information on those features that have not been described earlier or only in afragmented manner. As for the latter, technical details described elsewhere have been brought together,several new tests of version 2.0 of the model are reported and earlier validation studies have beensummarized. For other features, like the argumentation of the choices made, the text refers to relevantearlier publications about AVANAR
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