Cook, David; Proctor, Wendy
The applicability of multi-criteria evaluation methodologies to complex decision-making processes has been well demonstrated, particularly in cases involving environmental externality problems. However, their use in resource allocation decisions to invasive species risk management is rare. In this paper, a deliberative multi-criteria evaluation technique is applied to a case study in which a jury is asked to prioritise a set of plant pests and diseases in Western Australia. The species chosen...[Show more]
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