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Decision Making under Uncertainty

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The next few years will be crucial for the future of the UK landscape. There are important decisions that need to be made about agricultural policy, nature conservation and how we respond to a changing climate. All these decisions will involve large amounts of uncertainty. How can we produce decision support tools that will help in the process? In this talk I will investigate some fo the methods currently used to aid decision makers by combining data and models and point out their advantages and disadvantages. I will also look at some other new directions that could solve some of these problems.  

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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