Improving conservation outcome on Norfolk Island with a bioeconomic model: Expert elicitation workshop – Rodent Module

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Abstract

This research study is part of a project undertaken at The University of Western Australia, conducted in collaboration with Parks Australia. This project was led by Chuanji Yong under the supervision of Prof. David Pannell and Md. Sayed Iftekhar. We invited subject matter experts relating to threatened species and their threats on Norfolk Island to participate in an elicitation process to assist with the development of a bioeconomic model. Depending on their area of expertise and the complexity of the relationships elicited, their role included some or all of the following: to determine critical components of the model entities and estimate the corresponding quantitative values of population dynamics characteristics, ecological relationships, and impacts of management actions. This information provided assisted with all the quantitative estimates required to parameterise the model, to answer research questions surrounding the central theme: "How management costs, threats and target outcomes (values/threatened species) will vary when management actions are altered".
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2024

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