Guiding principles for utilizing social influence within expert-elicitation to inform conservation decision-making

Author
Roy Helen E.
Peyton Jodey M.
Booy Olaf
Abstract

Many hundreds of people have engaged with our collaborative studies using expert-elicitation approaches through facilitated discussions to dynamically inform decision-making within the field of biological invasions. We draw on our experiences to outline ways that allow the inclusion of multiple viewpoints within expert-elicitation while limiting or transparently documenting potential bias.

Year of Publication
2020
Journal
Global Change Biology
Volume
26
Number of Pages
3181-3184
URL
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15062
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