Use of structured expert judgment to forecast invasions by bighead and silver carp in Lake Erie.

@article{Wittmann2015UseOS,
  title={Use of structured expert judgment to forecast invasions by bighead and silver carp in Lake Erie.},
  author={Marion E. Wittmann and Roger M. Cooke and John D. Rothlisberger and Edward S. Rutherford and Hongyan Zhang and Doran M. Mason and David M. Lodge},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={187-97}
}
Identifying which nonindigenous species will become invasive and forecasting the damage they will cause is difficult and presents a significant problem for natural resource management. Often, the data or resources necessary for ecological risk assessment are incomplete or absent, leaving environmental decision makers ill equipped to effectively manage valuable natural resources. Structured expert judgment (SEJ) is a mathematical and performance-based method of eliciting, weighting, and… CONTINUE READING
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