2012

Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-1033-1 (Print) 978-1-4614-1034-8 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-10

    Experts, Expert Knowledge, and Their Roles in Landscape Ecological Applications

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    Pages 11-38

    What Is Expert Knowledge, How Is Such Knowledge Gathered, and How Do We Use It to Address Questions in Landscape Ecology?

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    Pages 39-67

    Elicitator: A User-Friendly, Interactive Tool to Support Scenario-Based Elicitation of Expert Knowledge

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    Pages 69-85

    Eliciting Expert Knowledge of Forest Succession Using an Innovative Software Tool

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    Pages 87-107

    Expert Knowledge as a Foundation for the Management of Secretive Species and Their Habitat

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    Pages 109-129

    Incorporating Expert Knowledge in Decision-Support Models for Avian Conservation

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    Pages 131-151

    An Expert-Based Modeling Approach to Inform Strategic and Operational Land Management Decisions for the Recovery of Woodland Caribou

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    Pages 153-171

    Using Expert Knowledge Effectively: Lessons from Species Distribution Models for Wildlife Conservation and Management

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    Pages 173-188

    Exploring Expert Knowledge of Forest Succession: An Assessment of Uncertainty and a Comparison with Empirical Data

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    Pages 189-210

    Assessing Knowledge Ambiguity in the Creation of a Model Based on Expert Knowledge and Comparison with the Results of a Landscape Succession Model in Central Labrador

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    Pages 211-228

    Use of Expert Knowledge to Develop Fuel Maps for Wildland Fire Management

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    Pages 229-251

    Using Bayesian Mixture Models That Combine Expert Knowledge and GIS Data to Define Ecoregions

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    Pages 253-277

    Eliciting Expert Knowledge of Ecosystem Vulnerability to Human Stressors to Support Comprehensive Ocean Management

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    Pages 279-299

    Elicitation and Use of Expert Knowledge in Landscape Ecological Applications: A Synthesis

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 301-307