Decision-making

Managing Australia's biodiversity requires robust approaches to decision making, especially for investments into longer-term programs. CEBRA has reviewed and developed frameworks for supporting the decision-making process in biosecurity management.

CEBRA Reports

Title

Project

Chief Investigators

Year

Making robust decisions with a model subject to severe uncertainty

1304B

Mascaro, S

2014

Using decision support tools in emergency animal disease planning and response: foot-and-mouth disease

1404D

 

In progress

Baseline 'Consequence Measures' for Australia from the Torres Strait Islands Pathway to Queensland: Papaya Fruit Fly, Citrus Canker and Rabies

1405C ID5

Kompas, T., Ha, P.V. and Spring, D.

13/11/15

Decision support tools for animal disease preparedness

1504D

 

In progress

Risk based management for imported ornamental fin-fish

1305A

Robinson, A. and Hood, Y.

28/04/15

ACERA II Reports

Title

Project

Chief Investigators

Year

Potential methods and tools for estimating biosecurity consequences for primary production, amenity, and the environment

1002A ID2

Cook, T; Long, G; Possingham, H; Failing, L; Burgman, M; Gregory, R; Estevez, R; Walshe, T

30/05/12

A review of current methods and tools used by biosecurity agencies to estimate consequence impacts on primary production, amenity, and the environment

1002A ID1

Walshe, T; Cole, M; Grant, N; Failing, L; Long, G; Gregory, R

16/02/12

Time preference and value of information in the context of estimating consequences

1002A ID3

Rout, T; Spring, D; Runge, M; Robinson, A; Walshe, T.

16/02/12

Measuring the cost of human morbidity from zoonotic diseases

1002B ID1

Jordan, H; Dunt, D; Hollingsworth, B; Burgman, M.

24/06/13

A decision framework for estimating consequence impacts under operational conditions.Case study: Review of the Emergency Plant Pest Categorisation Questionnaire

1002B ID2

Hemming, V; Walshe, T

16/02/12

Comparing multi-criteria analysis and cost benefit analysis for biosecurity

1102C ID3

Kompas, T; Liu, S.

13/02/14

Post-border decision-support tools: A tool to support the decision to switch between eradication and containment of an invasion

1004C

Cacho, O and Hester, S

2013

ACERA I Reports

Title

Project

Chief Investigators

Year

Reconciling uncertain costs and benefits in Bayes nets for invasive species management

0601

Hayes, K; Burgman, M

01/11/08

Qualitative modelling and Bayesian network analysis for risk-based biosecurity decision making in complex systems

0601

Hayes, K

01/03/08

Optimal allocation of resources to emergency response actions for invasive species

0604

Possingham, H; McCarthy, M.

01/07/07

Using sighting records to declare eradication of an invasive species

0604

McCarthy, M; Possingham, H

01/11/08

Targeting monitoring for pest management: an optimisation approach

0604

McCarthy, M; Possingham, H

01/11/08

Uses and misuses of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) in environmental decision-making

0610

Colyvan, M; Regan, H

01/11/08

Simplifying models of alien biota

0704

Hearne, J

01/07/07

Evaluating vegetation condition measures for cost effective biodiversity investment planning

0706

Lawson, K; Burgman, M

15/06/09

Principles for prioritising exotic pests

0707

Hart, Q

20/11/09

Deliberative methods for assessing utilities

0803

Cook, D.C

15/06/09

Community Practice for Structured Decision-Making: Phase II

0809a

Christian, R

20/11/09

Strategies for managing invasive species

0902

Pollett, P

16/11/10

Combining GIS and Bayesian Networks in test-action strategies for risk assessment

0905Pullar, D09/03/11

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