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.
Making Robust Decisions with a Model Subject to Severe Uncertainty
Using decision support tools in emergency animal disease planning and response: foot-and-mouth disease
|Garner, G., East, I., Bradhurst, R., Roche, S., Rawdon, T., Sanson, R., Kompas, T., Ha, P.V. & Stevenson, M.|
Baseline 'Consequence Measures' for Australia from the Torres Strait Islands Pathway to Queensland: Papaya Fruit Fly, Citrus Canker and Rabies
Kompas, T., Ha, P.V. and Spring, D.
Risk based management for imported ornamental fin-fish
Robinson, A. and Hood, Y.
|Evaluating the health of Australia's biosecurity system - Phase One report|
Schneider, K., Fraser, H., Dodd, A., Robinson, A. & Arndt, E.
Valuing Australia's biosecurity system - Year One report
Dodd, A., Spring, D., Schneider, K., Hafi, A., Fraser, H. and Kompas, T.
Methodology to guide responses to marine pest incursions under the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement - Final Report
BCA - Hypothetical Incursion
Summerson, R., Hester, S and Graham, S.
ACERA II Reports
Potential methods and tools for estimating biosecurity consequences for primary production, amenity, and the environment
Cook, T; Long, G; Possingham, H; Failing, L; Burgman, M; Gregory, R; Estevez, R; Walshe, T
A review of current methods and tools used by biosecurity agencies to estimate consequence impacts on primary production, amenity, and the environment
|Walshe, T; Cole, M; Grant, N; Failing, L; Long, G; Gregory, R|
Time preference and value of information in the context of estimating consequences
Rout, T; Spring, D; Runge, M; Robinson, A; Walshe, T.
Measuring the cost of human morbidity from zoonotic diseases
Jordan, H; Dunt, D; Hollingsworth, B; Burgman, M.
A decision framework for estimating consequence impacts under operational conditions.Case study: Review of the Emergency Plant Pest Categorisation Questionnaire
Hemming, V; Walshe, T
Comparing multi-criteria analysis and cost benefit analysis for biosecurity
|Kompas, T; Liu, S.|
Post-border decision-support tools: A tool to support the decision to switch between eradication and containment of an invasion
|Cacho, O and Hester, S|
ACERA I Reports
Reconciling uncertain costs and benefits in Bayes nets for invasive species management
Hayes, K; Burgman, M
Qualitative modelling and Bayesian network analysis for risk-based biosecurity decision making in complex systems
Optimal allocation of resources to emergency response actions for invasive species
Possingham, H; McCarthy, M.
Using sighting records to declare eradication of an invasive species
McCarthy, M; Possingham, H
Targeting monitoring for pest management: an optimisation approach
McCarthy, M; Possingham, H
Uses and misuses of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) in environmental decision-making
|Colyvan, M; Regan, H|
Simplifying models of alien biota
Evaluating vegetation condition measures for cost effective biodiversity investment planning
Lawson, K; Burgman, M
Principles for prioritising exotic pests
Deliberative methods for assessing utilities
Community Practice for Structured Decision-Making: Phase II
Strategies for managing invasive species
Combining GIS and Bayesian Networks in test-action strategies for risk assessment