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Streamline; Vol. 5; No. 2; Fall 2000 Underhill, Donna (editor)
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Abstract: Professional resource managers constantly face an almost impossible job: they must choose between alternative levels of investment in road deactivation. Such decisions require that managers simultaneously juggle a very large mix of uncertain factors. Limited resources in a given budget require the manager to make tradeoffs in terms of when, where, and how much to invest in road deactivation. Decision analysis provides a tool that can aid in systematically organizing decision-making problems. Such analysis provides an organizational structure that both clarifies and documents the factors that managers must consider. Sensitivity analysis can then rate the relative importance of alternative restoration decisions. The results of this type of analysis are useful in revealing the range in potential values of various alternative investment decisions. Finally, with decision analysis, the supporting documentation provides managers with a clear rationalization for the difficult choices they are required to make.
 
Underhill, Donna (editor). 2000. Streamline; Vol. 5; No. 2; Fall 2000. Ministry of Environment, Watershed Restoration Program. Streamline. Vol. 5. No. 2
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: road deactivation, watershed, resources, restoration
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