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Paulette Jones of BAAM talks about the ascent of the Ecological Practitioner
From the International Ecology (INTECOL) conference in Brisbane, 2009.
Professor Mark Burgman talks about the uncertainty surrounding expert judgement
Extract from the EIANZ Conference on 31 October 2008
Decisions based only on quantitative methods such as Monte Carlo do not deal with sources of non-statistical uncertainty. Examples include absolute lack of knowledge, or linguistic uncertainties, where what we say can be construed in many different ways (vagueness, ambiguity, generality or failure to express a context for what is said). Altogether, it creates an illusion of false precision. Read more...
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