A Multi-Objective Decision-Support System (MODSS) with Input from Experts in South-East Queensland

Jeffreys, Ian (2002). A Multi-Objective Decision-Support System (MODSS) with Input from Experts in South-East Queensland.

Title A Multi-Objective Decision-Support System (MODSS) with Input from Experts in South-East Queensland
Abstract/Summary This chapter reports the MODSS analysis in south-east Queensland (SEQ). This analysis was conduced as an initial analysis of options for farm forestry in the region, presenting current expert opinion on feasible farm forestry practices and there relative merits. The results of the analysis were intended for presentation to other stakeholders to be involved later in the study. This chapter includes a summary of the process of including stakeholder and technical input in the analysis. This included seeking persons with technical expertise in farm forestry, and inviting them to form a technical reference group. This group provided the technical input in the study. This chapter also reports brief descriptions of the options and criteria, the effects tables developed for this initial analysis, the results of the multi-criteria analysis and a discussion of the results.
Keyword decision support
forestry
Date 2002-01-01
Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines 300602 Tree Improvement (Selection, Breeding and Genetic Engineering)
300606 Agroforestry
300600 Forestry Sciences
300604 Management and Environment
230102 Number Theory And Field Theory
Author Jeffreys, Ian
Additional Notes A Whole-Farm and Regional Agroforestry Decision-Support System, A report for the RIRDC/Land & Water Australia/FWPRDC: Joint Venture Agroforestry Program, July 2002, edited by Steve Harrison and John Herbohn

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