Probabilistic models for decision support under climate change

A diagram showing the structure of a model on climate change and fish habitat

Provides an example of how to bring the flood of data and information on climate change together to prioritize conservation and management, using an example of a model for Bull trout in the Boise River basin.

Presenter: 
Douglas Peterson
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Contributors: 

Producer - Michael Furniss
Videography - Freshwaters Illustrated
Technical production - Jeffrey Guntle

Video Length: 
20:09
Publication date: 
03/01/2011
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A prototype for using Bayesian networks to integrate data and assess climate change impacts.

The value of using these frameworks as a process for collaboration, collecting information, and confronting any potential assumptions about a system.