Bayesian adaptive management of ecosystems

@inproceedings{Prato2005BayesianAM,
  title={Bayesian adaptive management of ecosystems},
  author={Tony Prato},
  year={2005}
}
Frequentist statistics is not well adapted to handling uncertainties inherent in managing natural resources. A frequentist approach typically involves estimating unknown parameters of ecosystem relationships and testing their statistical significance. While such information is useful, natural resource managers have a greater need to know the most likely current state of an ecosystem and whether particular management actions improve that state in cases where it is not sustainable. Bayesian… CONTINUE READING
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