Key Criteria and Selection of Sensitivity Analysis Methods Applied to Natural Resource Models

@inproceedings{Green2005KeyCA,
  title={Key Criteria and Selection of Sensitivity Analysis Methods Applied to Natural Resource Models},
  author={Tim R. Green and LiLi Ma and L. R. Ahjua},
  year={2005}
}
Integrated natural resource models (e.g., APSIM) are typically large and complex, thus, it can be difficult to prioritize parameters that are most promising with respect to system management goals. It is important to evaluate how a model responds to changes in its inputs as part of the process of model development, verification, and evaluation. There are several techniques for sensitivity analysis used by practitioners and analysts in numerous fields. For example, sensitivity analysis methods… CONTINUE READING
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