Information preferences for the evaluation of coastal development impacts on ecosystem services: A multi-criteria assessment in the Australian context.

@article{Marre2016InformationPF,
  title={Information preferences for the evaluation of coastal development impacts on ecosystem services: A multi-criteria assessment in the Australian context.},
  author={Jean-Baptiste Marre and S. Pascoe and Olivier Th{\'e}baud and Sarah Jennings and Jean Boncoeur and Louisa Coglan},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2016},
  volume={173},
  pages={141-50}
}
Ecosystem based management requires the integration of various types of assessment indicators. Understanding stakeholders' information preferences is important, in selecting those indicators that best support management and policy. Both the preferences of decision-makers and the general public may matter, in democratic participatory management institutions. This paper presents a multi-criteria analysis aimed at quantifying the relative importance to these groups of economic, ecological and… CONTINUE READING

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