Incorporating stakeholders' knowledge to stock assessment: how?

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In this paper we present a method by which the knowledge of stakeholders can be taken
into account in stock assessment. The approach consists of a structured interview process
followed by quantitative modelling of the answers. The outcome is a set of probability
models, each describing the views of different stakeholder. Graphical representations of the
models can be used to explore and communicate the differences and similarities between
the views of stakeholders. Individual models are then merged to a large model by using the
techniques of Bayesian model averaging, and this model is conditioned on stock assessment
data. As result, the model can be used to give management advice where the views of
interviewed stakeholders have been taken into account with a weight determined based on
how well the views are supported by the observed data. The individual stakeholder models
can also be analysed separately to see whether the different views imply different advice or
not.
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OtsikkoICES Annual Science Conference 2009 : ICES CM DOCUMENTS 2009
Sivumäärä11
Julkaisupäivä2009
ISBN (elektroninen)978-87-7482-079-6
TilaJulkaistu - 2009
OKM-julkaisutyyppiB3 Vertaisarvioimaton artikkeli konferenssijulkaisussa
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Mäntyniemi, S., Haapasaari, P., & Kuikka, S. (2009). Incorporating stakeholders' knowledge to stock assessment: how? teoksessa ICES Annual Science Conference 2009: ICES CM DOCUMENTS 2009
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Incorporating stakeholders' knowledge to stock assessment : how? / Mäntyniemi, Samu; Haapasaari, Päivi; Kuikka, Sakari.

ICES Annual Science Conference 2009: ICES CM DOCUMENTS 2009. 2009.

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