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Perera, Ajith H.

Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology

Perera, Ajith H. - Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Experts, Expert Knowledge, and Their Roles in Landscape Ecological Applications
Ajith H. Perera, C. Ashton Drew, Chris J. Johnson

2. What Is Expert Knowledge, How Is Such Knowledge Gathered, and How Do We Use It to Address Questions in Landscape Ecology?
Marissa F. McBride, Mark A. Burgman

3.
Elicitator: A User-Friendly, Interactive Tool to Support Scenario-Based Elicitation of Expert Knowledge
Samantha Low-Choy, Allan James, Justine Murray, Kerrie Mengersen

4. Eliciting Expert Knowledge of Forest Succession Using an Innovative Software Tool
Michael Drescher, Lisa J. Buse, Ajith H. Perera, Marc R. Ouellette

5. Expert Knowledge as a Foundation for the Management of Secretive Species and Their Habitat
C. Ashton Drew, Jaime A. Collazo

6. Incorporating Expert Knowledge in Decision-Support Models for Avian Conservation
Allison T. Moody, James B. Grand

7. An Expert-Based Modeling Approach to Inform Strategic and Operational Land Management Decisions for the Recovery of Woodland Caribou
R. Scott McNay

8. Using Expert Knowledge Effectively: Lessons from Species Distribution Models for Wildlife Conservation and Management
Chris J. Johnson, Michael Hurley, Eric Rapaport, Michael Pullinger

9. Exploring Expert Knowledge of Forest Succession: An Assessment of Uncertainty and a Comparison with Empirical Data
Michael Drescher, Ajith H. Perera

10. Assessing Knowledge Ambiguity in the Creation of a Model Based on Expert Knowledge and Comparison with the Results of a Landscape Succession Model in Central Labrador
Frédérik Doyon, Brian R. Sturtevant, Michael J. Papaik, Andrew Fall, Brian Miranda, Daniel D. Kneeshaw, Christian Messier, Marie-Josée Fortin, Patrick M. A. James

11. Use of Expert Knowledge to Develop Fuel Maps for Wildland Fire Management
Robert E. Keane, Matt Reeves

12. Using Bayesian Mixture Models That Combine Expert Knowledge and GIS Data to Define Ecoregions
Kristen J. Williams, Samantha Low-Choy, Wayne Rochester, Clair Alston

13. Eliciting Expert Knowledge of Ecosystem Vulnerability to Human Stressors to Support Comprehensive Ocean Management
Carrie V. Kappel, Benjamin S. Halpern, Kimberly A. Selkoe, Roger M. Cooke

14. Elicitation and Use of Expert Knowledge in Landscape Ecological Applications: A Synthesis
Chris J. Johnson, C. Ashton Drew, Ajith H. Perera

Keywords: Life Sciences, Landscape Ecology, Environmental Management, Conservation Biology/Ecology, Terrestial Ecology, Forestry Management

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781461410348

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