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Nottingham-Australia collaboration on environmental conservation of the future
Date:3/25/2013

integration of the survey tools in an online website based in part on existing software components developed by Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute.

  • Researchers will develop algorithms to aggregate the (often) existing quantitative data with collected qualitative stakeholder input. As part of this, initial aggregation across multiple stakeholder opinions and multiple sources of quantitative information will be investigated and suitable tools will be developed. An overall, interpretable model of the value-based model will be designed to support policy design and data-driven decision-making.

  • The new computer-based framework will be used and evaluated in the two conservation areas managed by DEC. The results will be made available specifically to global stakeholders (e.g. policy makers) in particular in the UK as well as published at international conferences, science fairs and journals.
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  • Contact: Emma Rayner
    emma.rayner@nottingham.ac.uk
    44-011-595-15793
    University of Nottingham
    Source:Eurekalert

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