Motivating and improving uncertainty assessment in ecosystem services modeling to inform decisions
- On November 1-3, 2016, a group of 17 academics and practitioners in the field of ecosystem services (ES) met to evaluate the current state of practiceon uncertainty assessment. The aim of the workshop, funded by the National Center for Socio-Environmental Synthesis (SESYNC), was to: i) identify and improve the accessibility of uncertainty assessment tools and approaches that have direct applicability to ES studies; ii) explore ways to cultivate demand for uncertainty assessment in ES studies (from decision-makers and analysts), including the potential role for best practices or “standards”; and iii) identify future research and tool development necessary to overcome remaining barriers.
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|September 9, 2022
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|Natural Capital Project
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