Environmental Modeling with Stakeholders : Theory, Methods, and Applications

This volume brings together, in a central text, chapters written by leading scholars working at the intersection of modeling, the natural and social sciences, and public participation. This book presents the current state of knowledge regarding the theory and practice of engaging stakeholders in env...

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Other Authors: Gray, Steven (Editor)
Paolisso, Michael (Editor)
Jordan, Rebecca (Editor)
Gray, Stefan (Editor)
Corporate Authors: SpringerLink (online služba)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017
Genre/form:elektronické knihy
ISBN:978-3-319-25053-3
9783319250519
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Table of Contents:
  • Part I: The Process of Environmental Modeling with Stakeholders
  • Cognitive, Material and Technological Considerations in Participatory Environmental Modeling
  • Learning Through Participatory Modeling: Reflections on What it Means and How it is Measured
  • Values in Participatory Modeling: Theory and Practice
  • Eliciting Judgments, Priorities, and Values Using Structured Survey Methods
  • Participatory Modeling and Structured Decision-making
  • Ensuring that Ecological Science Contributes to Natural Resource Management using a Delphi-derived Approach
  • Part II: The Application and Products of Environmental Modeling with Stakeholders
  • Fuzzy-logic Cognitive Mapping: Introduction and Overview of the Method
  • FCMs as a Common base for Linking Participatory Products and Models
  • Extending Participatory Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping with a Control Nodes Methodology: A Case Study of a Development Bio-based Economy in the Humber Region, UK
  • Effects of Livelihood-diversification on Sustainability of Natural Resources in the Rangelands of East Africa: Participatory Field Studies and Results of an Agent-based Model using the Knowledge of Indigenous Maasai Pastoralists of Kenya
  • Level of Sustainable Activity: A Framework for Integrating Stakeholders into the Simulation Modeling and Management of Mixed-use Waterways
  • Engaging Stakeholders in Environmental and Sustainability Decisions with Participatory System Dynamics Modeling
  • Participatory Modeling and Community Dialog about Vulnerability of Lobster Fishing to Climate Change
  • Case Study: Participatory Modeling to Assess Climate Impacts on Water Resources in the Big Wood Basin, Idaho
  • Science based Modelling for Supporting Integrated Coastal Zone Management
  • Assessing Flood Impacts, Wetland Changes and Climate Adaptation in Europe: The CLIMSAVE Approach
  • Linking Participatory, Bayesian, and Agent-based Modeling Techniques to Simulate Coupled Natural-Human System: A Case Study with Ranchers in Sonora, Mexico