Robust Decision-making under Severe Uncertainty for Conservation Management


In conservation biology it is necessary to make management decisions for endangered and threatened species under severe uncertainty. Failure to acknowledge and treat uncertainty can lead to poor decisions. To illustrate the importance of considering uncertainty, we reanalyze a decision problem for the Sumatran rhino, Dicerorhinus sumatrensis, using… (More)


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@inproceedings{Regan2017RobustDU, title={Robust Decision-making under Severe Uncertainty for Conservation Management}, author={Helen M. Regan and Yakov Ben-Haim and BILL LANGFORD and William G. Wilson and Per Lundberg and Sandy J. Andelman and Mark Burgman}, year={2017} }