Information flow among fishing vessels modelled using a Bayesian network

@article{Little2004InformationFA,
  title={Information flow among fishing vessels modelled using a Bayesian network},
  author={L. Richard Little and Sakari Kuikka and Andr{\'e} E. Punt and Francis Pantus and Campbell R. Davies and Bruce D. Mapstone},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={27-34}
}
Reaction of fishers is an essential source of uncertainty in implementing fishery management decisions. Provided they realistically capture fisher behaviour, models of fishing vessel dynamics provide the basis for evaluating the impact of proposed management strategies. Information flow among vessels has not been a major focus of such models however, although it might play a critical role in how a fleet responds to changes to management restrictions or levels of a resource. Such a response… CONTINUE READING
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