3 edition of Environmental modeling and decision making found in the catalog.
Environmental modeling and decision making
Holcomb Research Institute.
|Contributions||International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.E5 H63 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||76028798|
The Role of Emotions in Environmental Decision Making: A formal modeling framework Antonio Aguilera-Ontiverosand Julio César Contreras-Manrique Abstract Environmental decisions are affected by the complex interactions among the characteristics of environmental problems, the attributes of the decision maker, and the situation in which decisions. Mathematical-Modelling Simulation Applied to Help in the Decision-Making Process on Environmental Impact Assessment of Agriculture: /ch The present chapter provides a brief explanation on some aspects involved in the development of models and mathematical-modelling simulations, to show theirAuthor: Maria Pessoa, Elizabeth Fernandes, Sonia Nascimento de Queiroz, Vera Ferracini, Marco Gomes, Manoel.
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Given the critical role played by models, the EPA asked the National Research Council to assess scientific issues related to the agency's selection and use of models in its decisions. The book recommends a series of guidelines and principles for improving agency models and decision-making processes.
The first part of the book covers basic considerations for including stakeholders in the modeling process and its intersection with the theory Environmental modeling and decision making book practice of public participation in environmental decision-making.
The second part of the book is devoted to specific applications and products of the various methods available through case study examination. This second part of the book. This book outlines the creative process of making environmental management decisions using the approach called Structured Decision Making.
It is a short introductory guide to this popular form of decision making and is aimed at environmental managers and scientists. This is a distinctly pragmatic label given to ways for helping individuals and groups think Author: Robin Gregory.
Uncertainty and Environmental Decision Making: A Handbook of Research and Best Practice presents the state of the art in applying operations research and management science (OR/MS) techniques to a broad range of environmental decision making (EDM) challenges. Drawing on leading researchers in the field, it provides a guided tour of selected methods and tools to help.
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This is a distinctly pragmatic label given to ways for helping individuals and. Sustainable Transportation and Smart Logistics: Decision-Making Models and Solutions provides deterministic and probabilistic models for transportation logistics problem-solving and decision-making.
The book presents an overview of the intersections between sustainability, transportation, and logistics, and delves into the current problems associated with the. These models are used in situations where policies and regulations have already been made.
Their development and use may be driven by court-ordered schedules and the need for local action. Environmental models are one source of information for Agency decision makers who need to consider many competing objectives.
TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MODELS R. Letcher and A. Jakeman Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University, Australia Keywords: environmental models, environmental systems, modeling, Complex Nonlinear Interactions, subsurface water systems, hydrological systems Contents 1.
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In the discussion of models of policy making, I compared the rational and incremental models. In the rational model, goals are clear and agreed upon; policy makers have complete and reliable data; problems are well defined; a full range of policy options is identified; effects of options are understood and predictable; and final choices maximize previously.
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Environmental Modelling & Software publishes contributions, in the form of research articles, reviews decision making methods, model integration, quality assurance and evaluation of models, data and procedures. environmental data and models to support all phases and aspects of decision making, in particular.
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Get this from a library. Environmental modeling and decision making: the United States experience: a report by the Holcomb Research Institute, Butler University for the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment. [Holcomb Research Institute.; International Council of Scientific Unions.
Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment.]. The use of computational models is an essential element of the environmental regulatory process. The complex relationship between environmental emissions, the quality of the environment, and human and ecological impacts are linked by modeling.
Often the decision objectives are best pursued with a set of actions. For example CO2 reduction is pursued with energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and climate engineering (among others).
The study of such decisions has evolved to its own subfield, portfolio decision analysis. Portfolio Modeling in Environmental Decision Making 3/9.
Multi -Attribute Decision Making is the most well known branch of decision making. It is a branch of a general class of Operations Research (or OR) models which deal with decision problems under the presence of a number of decision criteria. This super class of models is very often called multi-criteria decision making (or MCDM).File Size: KB.
In environmental decision-making, potential risks may include irreversible damage such as destruction of habitats or even extinction of unique populations or species, or other ecologically severe and economically expensive consequences.
The aim of probabilistic modelling and decision analysis is to explicitly spell out these by: Conducting environmental policy analysis requires people who understand what it is and how to do it. Interpreting it also requires those skills. We hope that this book will increase the abilities, both of analysts and of decision-makers, to understand and interpret the impacts of environmental policies.16 The reason the economy is central to environmental decision-making is that the "economy, in its physical dimensions, is an open subsystem of our finite and closed ecosystem, which is both the supplier of its low-entropy raw materials and the recipient of its high-entropy wastes." 17 The ecosystem acts as a host for the economy.