The Influence Of Control Costs On Cooperation In The Management Of Endemic Invasive Species

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In a previous paper Elliston and Beare (2005) explored the role of landholder cooperation in the eradication of invasive weeds in an agent-based simulation framework. The analysis drew upon a cellular automata (CA) model representing the economic incentives for cooperation. The analysis indicated that cooperative strategies may offer a means of controlling… (More)

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@inproceedings{Elliston2005TheIO, title={The Influence Of Control Costs On Cooperation In The Management Of Endemic Invasive Species}, author={Lisa Elliston}, year={2005} }