Co-Creation of Individual-Based Models by Practitioners and Modellers to Inform Environmental Decision-Making

Journal Article

Title: Co-Creation of Individual-Based Models by Practitioners and Modellers to Inform Environmental Decision-Making
Publication Date:
August 01, 2015
Journal: Journal of Applied Ecology
Volume: 52
Issue: 4
Pages: 810-815
Publisher: Wiley
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Citation

Wood, K.; Stillman, R.; Goss-Custard, J. (2015). Co-Creation of Individual-Based Models by Practitioners and Modellers to Inform Environmental Decision-Making. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52(4), 810-815.
Abstract: 

Effective environmental decision-making, in the form of evidence-based management and policy, is a key prerequisite to help balance nature conservation, natural resource management, and human socio-economic activities (Sutherland et al. 2004). To aid such decision-making, the need for predictive tools that are accurate, robust, and parsimonious has arguably never been greater. The Earth is currently in a time of environmental change unprecedented in human history, due to climate change, growing human population size and resource use, land-use changes and intensification, habitat loss and fragmentation, pollution and invasive species.

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